Below is the translation and commentary on some of the Nyāya Sutras, which describe the nature of a scientific theory as comprised of four aspects.
This is the transcript of the eighth episode of my podcast. In this episode we talk about a number of unique problems that arise in trying
This post elaborates on the Sāńkhya theory of the five “gross” elements. The theory is rather complicated, and not well-understood today. One primary source of
In an earlier post, I described the problem of computing in nature, namely that scientific laws employ mathematical formulae, but it is not clear how
Since the advent of computers, it has been widely believed that the human mind is just like a computer. I have previously described why this
Many people believe modern science is reductionist and an alternative anti-reductionist science must replace it. This post discusses why Sāńkhya is reductionist—because it reduces everything
This post discusses how points in a conceptual space are defined differently than in a physical space. The difference is that a physical space defines