University of Haifa
(2006b) “The Beauty of Artwork Is in its Aesthetic True Representation of Reality: the Epistemology of Creation And Evaluation of Artwork.” (Manuscript).
(2007a) “The Epistemology of “Text” Meaning: The Context Is The Proof-conditions Upon Them We Prove The Truth of Our Interpretation The Meaning of The Text.” Read in conference on Meaning and its’ Meanings, University of Haifa, January, 2-3, 2007 and in International Wittgenstein Symposium ant its precedings, Kirchberg, Austria, Aug. 5-12, 2007)
(2007b) “The Epistemology of Proving Our ‘Empirical Basis’ and Scientific Hypotheses by The Trio of Abduction, Deduction, And Induction.” (Manuscript).
(2007c)“How to Square (Normo, Cp:2.7) Peirceanly The Kantian Circularity in The Epistemology of Aesthetics as a Normative Science of Creating And Evaluating The Beauty of Artworks.”(Read in the conference on Charles Sanders Peirce’s Normative Thought. June 26-30, 2007, University of Opole Poland).
Recently I finished two inquiries:
1. "ON THE CONCEPTS OF SPACE AND TIME: LOOKING FOR A NEW PICTURE OF PHYSICAL REALITY."
This work I sent to a theoretical physicist for evaluation.
2. "GÖDEL ON TRUTH AND PROOF: Epistemological Proof of Gödel’s Conception of the Realistic Nature of Mathematics, but Then Its Incompleteness Cannot Be Proved Formally and It Is a Trick Based on the Separation of Truth from Proof."
A short version of this work is to be presented in the International Witgenstein Symposium on Epistemology, and to be published in its pre-proceedings.
I completed my research on the realist Epistemology of Charles Sanders Peirce titled:
‘What Makes A Reasoning Sound’ Is The Proof Of Its Truth: A Reconstruction Of Peirce’s Semiotics As The Epistemic Logic, And Why He Did Not Complete His Realistic Revolution.
I am working and going to finish my book: On Beauty of Artworks as Aesthetic True Representation of Reality: A Collection of Pragmaticist Inquiries into the Epistemology of Artistic Creation and Evaluation.
In the Peircean Pragmaticist epistemology I consider that our knowledge of reality is accomplished by the three basic Normative Sciences: Theoretic, Ethic, and Aesthetic, representing in different modes the reality.
Recently I also finished two more chapters:
Epistemology of Aesthetic Experience: Criticizing and Reconstructing Kant’s Aesthetic Theories of Genius Creativity and Judgment of Beauty.
Wittgenstein Philosophy, and How May Aesthetic Languages of Artworks Represent Reality Beautifully.