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Philosopher’s Web: la mappa delle relazioni tra filosofi


Philosopher’s Web è la mappa interattiva costruita da Grant Louis Oliveira che si propone di visualizzare le relazioni tra filosofi, partendo dalle voci presenti in Wikipedia. É possibile zoomare sulla mappa o ricercare per singolo filosofo.

“I’d like to change that and more rigorously explore my ideas, but I find the world of philosophy a bit impenetrable, and I don’t think I’m the only one. I know most the big names and have a basic sense of what a lot of them argued, but the works that they produced were made in a specific context, to address a specific conversation among the thinkers that preceded them and to which they were contemporary. It would be bordering on disrespect for me to try to jump in to any of them without a guide and act as though I’ve understood what is being said. So we need a map.

What I imagined is something like a tree arranged down a timeline. More influential philosophers would be bigger nodes, and the size of the lines between the nodes would perhaps be variable by strength of influence. Of course strength of influence needs a metric, but we’ll get there. I know that Wikipedia pages for academics and thinkers tend to have a field for “Influenced by” and “Influenced”, and it struck me that we could use Wikipedia’s semantic companion dbpedia to build our little map.”

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Archiviato in Filosofia antica, Filosofia contemporanea, Filosofia medievale, Filosofia moderna, Tools/Strumenti

Mapping Spinoza Ethic’s: l’Etica di Spinoza in grafi

Spinoza's Ethics

Mapping Spinoza Ethic’s è l’interessante progetto web di John Bagby, dottorando di Filosofia presso il Boston College, con la supervisione di Jean-Luc Solère, che offre la mappatura con diverse visualizzazioni della struttura dell’Etica di Spinoza: una tramite grafi e l’altra in 3D.

Le visualizzazioni fanno emergere le relazioni tra le diverse parti dell’opera “trasformate” in “nodi”.


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Archiviato in Filosofia moderna, Tools/Strumenti