From “Christo-Fiction”, by Francois Laruelle:
On the next page he then goes on to say
“one might perhaps speak of a subject … as one would speak of it not in terms of consciousness but rather in terms of a lived of a man, understood philosophically and religiously since it is the material or the object that determines the relevance of our project.”
For a description of this case, and the examples of the problem already resolved, see my book “Nonphilosophy and Aphilosophy“.
And ask yourself: how is it possible that I have said just as much in my blog as well as my books before I had even barely read anything about non-philosophy. Indeed both of my books are described to be concerned with one’s orientation upon objects.
Then, If you are not already content with the answer you give yourself, then go back to the beginning of my blog and begin to read.
And ask yourself the question again.
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