Originally posted on Kenneth Harper Finton:
by Frank L. Visco My several years in the word  game have learnt me several rules: Avoid alliteration. Always. Prepositions are  not words to end sentences with. Avoid cliche like the plague. (They’re old  hat.) Employ the vernacular. Eschew ampersands & abbreviations, etc. Parenthetical remarks (however relevant) are unnecessary.…


Brassier: Unfree Improvasation and Compulsive Freedom.  It seems for now inmy blog i am recording -posting examples of the necessarly repercussions of what has occurred philosophically.   The issues that will be renegotiated are those noticed by post modernism, namely, the free subject and the object in itself, history and ideology, all resituated due to the conceptual ‘glut’ of the […]

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philosophical decay. 

I like this. When we begin to fully grasp Dasien, to realize its meaning and then move – not beyond it, as a disclaimed mistake ( the case made and granted reparations) but – within it, we get to see what history is, and we get to watch as the limit of conventional thought is […]

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It is just a game

I can appreciate this little ditty, but with some doubts. I would say that reality is a game, what is real is all the nonsensical, stupid costumes and roles we find we have to play. That game is real. Look around; how is it not real? It takes a real force of will to decide […]

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