Form/Matter/Chora: Object Oriented Ontology and Feminist New Materialism | Rebekah Sheldon – Academia.edu

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—– Cule.

Great survey of the issues at hand, and more.

Even as it is quite deep within the postmodern religious scholasticism, it’s more general points are grounding. Where she falls off and over is in following the intuitive-intellectual coordination into idealized synthetic Being. The object she attempts to address really does withdraw from view despite her argument. Quite transcendental to my viewing.

What I mean by this is that just because we can conceptualize ideas and they can make sense, does not mean they are true. They can be put to use, but then we are left with our responsibility.

In a way I am concerned with intellectual discourses which are self referent and justified by that referent in all instances — except when they are not being activly employed.

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A little
Too metaphysical and, really, fantastical. And verges into an extended academic fantasy land – even while the initial grounding is solid.x

The choir sings!!

… but I like the use of Khora. 

Author: landzek

My name is Lance Kair, a philosopher, a counselor and a musician who is being questioned.

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