Matt Hare is a philosopher whose work has lately been concerned with the various legacies of ’empiricism’, the relationship between experience and abstraction, and the process of formalisation, particularly as it occurs in mathematics. He completed an MA in contemporary European philosophy at Kingston University, London, after which he spent two years experimenting with collective philosophical practice at PAF in Saint-Erme, France. Most recently, he has begun to study a BA in mathematics, in Berlin.

  • Anti-Eureka

    The problem of surrogative autonomy is that thinking can quite readily formalize itself into a plethora of exteriorities, but that these will not necessarily be intelligible to it. All writing is at l...