Dear Howard: I am afraid one of your examples is not really accurate historically: "the most amazing metaphor of relationality available to us is not math, it's not mechanism, and it's not reduction to "elements," it's language. by using the metaphor of a form of language called "code,"
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Howard: I applaud your critique of our legacy attempts to render life meaningful in terms of what you call "necrophilia" and Hans Jonas has called an "ontology of death". In my last book, "A Third Window", I attempted to develop the metaphysics of a process ecology of relationships as an
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