The issue of the subject is always dealt with. While I am working on developing the Significant Event, I will put forth another aspect of my work concerning the subject. Though history is filled with examples, I will focus upon five contemporary authors that appear to restate the issue in an array that appears to […]Read More Bring out the Hard Hittin’ Mother F****rs.
The issue of the subject is one of mis-affection. What we can say is the allure to many of philosophy concerning the subject, the description that ‘calls’ many to philosophy’s endeavor, but then ‘traps’ them in a mistaken real-true calling of theory, the deception of methodological reduction that draws them into a vicious circle of […]Read More The Issue of the Subject and the Route Before Us.
The irony cannot be over nor under determined. * It is not an easy thing to do, whenever, to throw away the ladder, but when the time comes, it turns out to be the easiest thing. I am sure Neitchze or Witgenstein had quite a different meaning than this amended version I am putting here, […]Read More The End of the Preliminary Explorations and the Beginning of the Exposition of the Subject.
I agree with Malabou’s initial consideration. “Relinquishing transcendentalism”. How tentative. How civilized. But her approach, I must say, just like all subsequent considerations, asks good questions but then never quite gets to any answer what so ever more than a reiteration, a parroting of conventional method. In very short verse: this is correlationalism. The very […]Read More Am I Beginning to Make Any Sense at All?
Comments to come….Read More Speculative realism in question by Malabou
I’m just gonna route over to Dark Ecologies for a discussion there for a moment. http://darkecologies.com/2014/12/03/the-battle-in-philosophy-time-substance-and-the-void/Read More Reblogg…
Reply to Dark Ecologies. Pertinent to this ongoing Constructive Undoing. Sorry for what appears to be an entering at mid context…. “The parallax view” (sorry; evidence of how long it’s been) I can’t find exact quotes (Zizek is soooo anecdotal, one almost has to wonder if he is really saying anything beyond a swirling of […]Read More Some more Zizek and Harman bashing ( but not really).