In this survey of published and unpublished papers, we make a pragmatic turn and show how fresh interpretation of eternal philosophical questions paves the way to novel operational approaches to many, many scientific issues.  Our metatheoretic starting point is what we term testable rationalism: experimental previsions arising from top-down, deductive mathematical/topological approaches.


Mappings and projections: heretic approaches to cause/effect relationships

Induction reloaded: projectionism vs causality


Being, Essence, Existence and their physical counterparts

Heidegger & the quantum vacuum


Is the world inside or outside your mind? Is your mind inside or outside the world?

When you look at the ball in the sky

The topological horizons of Gibson's perception


Lines & points, continuum & infinity: ancient skeptical disputes lead to a novel physics

When Achilles meets De Cusa, learns to take hyperbolic paths and overtakes the turtle

No continuum between three apples and three bananas


Blunt, obsolete methodological  weapons?

The despised analogy and ancient worm-like beasts


The principle of identity 4.0

A=A turns A against A


When a lion finishes and the savannah starts?

The border that is not a border: fuzzy holes demarcate objects

Leopardi  vs. Autrecourt on decision limit problems


How is an object in your mind?

How nice! The multidimensional imagined cat

What if  the poor Richard Avenarius was right? A theory of knowledge


Logic, Language and  semantics endowed  in human brains

When neuro-semantics rewrites the mightyTractatus

Beyond Mach: complexes of multi-sensations


the Multiple before the One: what if Alain Badiou was right?

A Spinozian pre-Big Bang

 Hidden oscillations in your brain