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 […]Read More “The Philosophical Revolution”
Here is a little ditty that some of you may get a kick out of: Check it out: A Philosophy to Die For.Read More A Philosophy to Die For.
Some one posted a comment to this post of mine, to which I replied, but then I made it into a new posting. You can check the comments of the original post here: “We will find, inevitably, as a kind, that the only things that change are the objects of our view, and not any […]Read More Awareness: part 2
Adding a comment upon the previous two posts: it should be no wonder that there is no more overt questioning of how we are to go about things in the world: We have to buy and sell stuff, material. It appears the young generation had just accepted this without question where the grown, if there […]Read More Object Orientation and the New Realism.
When we are too close to an event, we talk about it as from a distance. That is, what we say is automatically distanced from the event, a maximum distance. The event is thus, by this occurrence, an object. As opposed to our psychotherapeutic model, the closer we are to an event, the more dishonest […]Read More Post-modernism’s Worth.
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International Summer School in Ontology coming soon: 24-29 August 2015, Grado, Italy: “Six days course with six leading philosophers addressing the contemporary debate on ontology”. There is a very interesting line up: Giorgio Agamben, Francesco Berto, Ray Brassier, François Laruelle, Paul Livingston, Davide Tarizzo. Some pdf summaries of lectures are…
The impossible can be discovered along many significant vectors of reality as limit. The particular discussion that contains or otherwise accounts for the various vectorial meanings is ironic; it is the event that begins the count, that can be said to to be a basis upon which a linking of meaningful terms is made that […]Read More The Impossible. Part 1.