We believe in god as long as we believe in grammar. Nietzsche After an specific post dedicated to a NLP computational analysis, I would want to share more plots developing that issue. In this post, let’s perform a computational analysis on Hegel vs. Nietzsche use of verbs. Language, grammar and metaphysics Effectively, differences between Hegel […]
Hegel vs. Nietzsche NLP analysis in the context of Digital Humanities
From theater to VR: from Deleuze to Harman
Digital humanities webminar with Tecnológico de Monterrey where we will practice with some R programming examples applied to philosophical texts.
On this post we applied text mining to explore philosophical meaning from a computational point of view.
We combine philosophy and text mining trying to understand the first one from other point of view.
Text mining can be used to understand deeply a corpus of texts. In this article I try it with the works of modern philosophers thinking about will and desire.
Work on Tecnológico de Monterrey is being a vibrant experience. We are now developing a new pedagogical model which is called Tec21. The model is a challenge based model where the students have to face problems and real situations, most of them in contact with a professional stakeholder. In this sense, the lessons have to […]
On II Digital Humanities Journeys | 11 October 2019 | Tec de Monterrey While data mining and statistical learning are born as tools of the exact sciences, business and government agencies, their value for human and social sciences has been increasingly demonstrated. Due to the growing interest aroused by the large amount of non-structure information […]
A prototype of a Digital Humanities Lab based on an interdisciplinary approach.