A nice talk about the philosopher Fichte.
Through VITUAL BORSCHT thru Sytheic Zero. Nick land is an interesting character. I like him Only because of his definition of dark enlightenment on his infamous essay that I can’t seem to find a link to but it’s there. That being said, I think his character and politics is reactionary and childish, pretty much a… Continue reading Revisiting Nick Land
BOOK REVIEW HERE. But of course, if we are to compare Harman’s Philosophy and any Deluezian position, we have a new distinction that can be made between ontology and metaphysics. It is not quirk of cosmological irony that Delueze’s name sounds so resonant with the English ‘delusional’. Lol. Jk. (I’m a dork, 😄 or rather,… Continue reading DeLanda and Harman: A Comparison of Realisms
Comment on this REPOST.. I’m not very familiar with this B guy philosopher that I hear a lot of here and there. (sorry I’m voice dictating and I didn’t really feel like going back and finding out exactly how to spell boy do they really lard lol) . I’m only going off of a quote that’s… Continue reading The Perfect Crime: Enchantment as Vehicle of Subjective Purpose.
A center for the collection and dissemination of medieval manuscript fragments.
REPOST of a bit in Ressentiment. Nietzsche talks about in one of his essays somewhere (or maybe it is Kierkegaard) how he seems to have more compassion and understanding and relation to authors of the past, of a history, of a presence that is detached or somehow distant from himself, than toward contemporary philosophers, philosophers… Continue reading Description and argument: Discerning Resentment and Bias in Philosophy.
Ive been having a discussion with Marvin from A Keen Graspblog about determinism, and Im posting my latest reply. Please see my post Preliminary thoughts on the parameters of determination: Phenomenology and Object Orientation.and its comments for our ongoing discussion... The question that is suspended there is the issue of mind and brain. The assumption… Continue reading Pondering Determinism.