The depths of denial can yield some interesting mixtures. Pretty cool though. REPOST: As Michael F. pointed out to me several hours ago, the PDF link at the bottom of THIS PAGE already provides a free download of the entirety of “A Questionnaire on Materialisms.” I was unaware of this because my laptop gave me […]Read More Discussions about Materialisms. PDF of October, issue 155, already available
At some point (probably in Absolution part 2) i will develop a point upon ‘culmination’, as well a suggestion of ‘deep time’. This post is pretty good for now. REPOST: Nick Land’s work is a “mad black Deleuzianism”. What is really interesting in these texts is the way in which there is an extraordinary re-elaboration […]Read More WHY KEEP INTENSIFYING? Brassier on Land
Funny one. I think im gonna use it: http://syntheticzero.net/2016/03/25/us-presidential-voting-guide/Read More So Great: US presidential voting guide
First, a primer: Now; on one hand Terry Gilliam has got it right: The situation and the response as well the irony (humor). But Im not going to propose some sort of ‘zen peace’ will solve it. Yet the seriousness that such ‘terrorism’ is countered by is just plain insanity. The respnsibility is just take the […]Read More Explosions in Brussels: What is our Responsibility?
Pink Floyd: Berlin: China: Donald Trump.Read More What’s in common?
The question i consider most often is: How did i know what Adorno was talking about before i knew that he existed? “…has already happened and was missed…and so never occurrs.” —Nonphilosophy and Aphilosophy. 2015 REPOST: Originally posted on communists in situ: Translated, edited, and with an introduction by Gerhard Richter “Philosophy, which once seemed […]Read More A Conversation with Theodor W. Adorno (Spiegel, 1969)
I am trying to wrap up my latest book. The part I’m on is concerning the plight of the operator of truth and the real appropriation of meaning. I was reminded of this part in the movie Fight Club: It is so perfect, and so funny ! It illustrates so perfectly the philosophical plight.Read More His Name Is Robert Paulson.