Hegel vs. Nietzsche: NLP analysis with R programming
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
I was invited by Axouxere Editora to create a brief reflexion about Covid-19. The video is part of a serie where other colleagues explain their point of view as you can see in the repository here.
We need to pass from art and philosophy to technology. To do it, the schizoanalytic approach is pretty suitable.
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.
My latest publication: “Is Big Data the new capture machine? Correlations between Data Mining and Gilles Deleuze philosophy”, in Curado, M. & Gouveia, S. S., (Eds.), Automata’s Inner Movie: Science and Philosophy of Mind, Vernon Press, 2019. Available at 24% discount using coupon CFC1720A4D2 at https://vernonpress.com/book/692 or on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Automatas-Inner-Movie-Philosophy-Psychology/dp/1622736311/
POWERS OF PHILOSOPHY AFTER THE DIGITAL AGE ABSTRACT Philosophy can still making relevant questions in our epoch, even more, facing the new digital revolution. If the Artificial Intelligence and the Machine Learning are every time more able to replicate thinking and get closer to a formulation not just logic but even behavioral through complex and […]