About me
My research focuses on the cognitive economies of conceptions of agency, or 'power', spanning the spectrum of such conceptions, from moral, ethical, and intellectual agency, to primary and secondary physical agency.................. Personal: Autistic, Williams Syndrome; 99% Caucasian, 1% Black; Love Otis Taylor's 'Yell Your Name' (blues music), C.J. Cherryh's Foreigner #1 and 2 (two scifi books), Thor Heyerdahl's 'Kon Tiki' (non-fiction book), M.A.S.H. TV series, Steve Erwin's open-faced mugs-and-voice (photos and vid/movies); Oregon, Washington, Idaho; San Francisco skyline at night; the cry of the Florida Loon; mangrove swamps; Survivorman; NCIS episodes 'Chimera', 'Kill Ari', 'Judgement Day', 'Truth Or Consequences', 'Patriot Down, 'Boxed In', 'Under Covers', 'Terminal Leave', Enemy On The Hill', 'Dog Tags', 'Power Down', 'Escaped', 'Honor Code', 'Lost And Found', 'Stakeout', 'Ignition', 'Internal Affairs', 'Once A Hero'; Goat milk, fresh parsley, plain baked beans.
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  1. Daniel Pech, Logic and Agency: Problems in Identifying Omnipotence and Rational Consistency.
    ABSTRACT Given the complexity of the Cosmos, and of the contingent observer, it is axiomatic that the obverse of the law of identity includes a complex reverse: a thing not only is only what it is, it also is not all those things which it is not. But, given the possible combinations of knowledge and ignorance regarding a given topic, any number of various conflations of the two sides of this axiom is possible regarding that topic. Further, given the extent (...)
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  2. Daniel Pech (2002). Response to Ben Basing. Philosophy Pathways 41.
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