Comments on Andrew Milner, JR Burgmann, Rjurik Davidson and Susan Cousin’s Essay (2015) "Ice, Fire and Flood: Science Fiction and the Anthropocene"

In 2015, Andrew Milner, JR Burgmann, Rjurik Davidson and Susan Cousins publish an essay in Thesis Eleven, a journal ranging from critical theory to historical sociology. The essay riffs off the term “sci-fi” with the neologism “cli-sci”. These comments rely on two triadic models developed in Comments on Jacques Maritain’s Book (1935) Natural Philosophy. More
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About the Series: Empirio-schematics
In Philosophy of Nature (1935), Jacques Maritain wrestles with the modern sciences as opposed to natural philosophy. He considers the scholastic's concept of three degrees of abstraction: the physical, the typological and the extensive. Could these help in comprehending science? Or, is there a trick? Yes, the triadic structure of judgment, along with Maritain’s three degrees of visualization, show how modern science and scholasticism have something in common.

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