At the 21st meeting of the Philosophical Foundations of Law and Finance (Friday 26th June, from 6.00-8.00pm, in room 501, 309 Regent St) we shall read Aristotle discussing rhetoric and persuasion.
Joe will also present a framework for a corporate-centric finance view of epistemology-ontology. He will show how Aristotle's method could be applied to the knowledge of the world through the lens of finance; and use, yet again, concepts of risk symmetries for the clarification and understanding of the implications of stem cell technology on humanity (see Clive Cookson, "An Industry to Grow", FT, 25 June 2009 at http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/2fe059ae-60ed-11de-aa12-00144feabdc0.html). As Edmond Curtin says, "this is about harvesting humans and individual sovereignty". We can also imagine what "stem cell financial derivatives" might be. We need to get ahead of the curve on this because the curve is going to be a tsunami.
We shall seek more bubbles and rations at Vapiano thereafter
See you tomorrow
Joe and Laura