Francois Laruelle, Graham Harman, philosophy, realism, Slavoj Zizek

A Comment on Ontological Equivocation and the Possibility of Plurality.

The thought of Plurality came to be right now in coming across Graham Harman's plug for a couple new Object Oriented books. In particular, the ideas of Tristan Garcia, the "Life Intense". Now, I have not read hardly anything of Tristan; what I have read sort of left me pondering. Now, I just read the summary… Continue reading A Comment on Ontological Equivocation and the Possibility of Plurality.

Alain Badiou, Brassier, Francois Laruelle, Graham Harman, philosophy, Speculative Realism

Ray Brassier Social Philosophy.

the REPOST first : Originally posted on >ect podcast: >ect explores why philosophers are compelled to try to understand the social reality of which philosophy is a part https://soundcloud.com/ectpodcast/ect-9-in-conversation-with-ray-brassier “To really distinguish the ideal and the real is to understand how they are distinguished in practice, and not in thought – in what we do,… Continue reading Ray Brassier Social Philosophy.

AIME, Alain Badiou, being, Bruno Latour, critical theory, existence, Francois Laruelle, Graham Harman, Jean-Francois Lyotard, Martin Heidegger, ontology, philosophy, Post-modernism, religion, science, Slavoj Zizek, Speculative Realism

Anslem’s Argument for the Proof of the Existence of God, the Disruption of Time, and the Categorization of Philosophical Behavior.

I seem to have found a significance for Anslem's proof. It may be that it is not significance for whether God might exist, but, as I have said, significance for how I present ideas. We will start with the rendition from Princeton's site. I think they have a pretty good rendition there. Without all the strict logical… Continue reading Anslem’s Argument for the Proof of the Existence of God, the Disruption of Time, and the Categorization of Philosophical Behavior.

critical theory, Francois Laruelle, non-philosophy, Object Oriented Ontology, philosophy, science

Oops (title: Here).

REPOST of THRE-POUND-BRAIN's no results for 'Cognitive Psychology of Philosophy' and reply and reply, of Baker question, then my answer... (please check out his full essay and the comments if you are intreated in the whole thing) sbakker April 13, 2017 at 9:30 am "I don’t think I get it. So the racial theories of… Continue reading Oops (title: Here).

AIME, being, Bruno Latour, critical theory, existence, Francois Laruelle, Immanuel Kant, Jean-Francois Lyotard, ontology, philosophy, realism, reality, religion, Teleology, truth

All is Vanity, for Real…Kant, Latour and the Pass, part 2.

Ok; here is the post I meant to put: So we come to Bruno Latour, and his notion of the pass. What is it that allows for the repetition whereby self-fulfillment is denied? This is the question of 'what happened'. We will never get to answer the question of what 'is happening' until we answer… Continue reading All is Vanity, for Real…Kant, Latour and the Pass, part 2.

aphilosophy, critical theory, exhibition, Francois Laruelle, non-philosophy, philosophy

“The Philosophical Revolution”

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… Continue reading “The Philosophical Revolution”

critical theory, exhibition, Francois Laruelle, non-philosophy, philosophy, religion, Truth

The destruction of the transcendent. 

Evidence and verification.  The beginning of this blog began with my question upon L of why he's using jargon to convey a simple idea; in short why is he in bad faith. It is not difficult for one to notice when they read my early essays of this blog that I had very little practical… Continue reading The destruction of the transcendent.