We are still moving toward the meaning of the pocket veto and the significant event. Here, we consider Quentin Miessaloux and the ideas presented in his book "Beyond Finitude". * Meillassoux's argument arrives through the question: when modern science, or the mathematization of the world, had taken hold, what he identifies as the Copernican Revolution,… Continue reading The Significant Event, Part 4b (Part 5): Hard Correlationalism: The Crux of the Problem of Speculative Realism and the Critique of Conventional Philosophy. (And no, I am not mistaking ‘continental’ philosophy; I mean Conventional philosophy.)
Slavoj Zizek is an excellent purveyor of the situation(s) at hand. So here in the interim, I followed his advice to read Marx's thesis XI, which shows the point of contention was being addressed even then. Here's the link: https://www.marxists.org/archive/marx/works/1845/theses/theses.pdf
Individuals nevertheless still have such significant experiences, and these experiences frame the existential problem noted above (part 3), or for my terms, how a person is oriented upon objects. The significant event, or more properly said, the question of the pocket veto distinguishes that which is fidelitous to the Event from that which finds recourse… Continue reading The Significant Event, Part 4a: The Problem with Speculative Realism.