existentialism, Jean-Paul Sartre, philosophy

And I am drawn between.

I am an artist at heart, but with intellectual reflection. I am a philosopher in an artistic sense, rather than a ‘pure reason’ saint. My experience is not exclusionary. Hence my dilemma. In not only thought, but indeed act. Where it becomes the most difficult is in our Post-modern Marxist world of production. There is… Continue reading And I am drawn between.

Bruno Latour, Graham Harman, Jean-Francois Lyotard, Jean-Paul Sartre, Levi Bryant, Martin Heidegger, philosophy, post-modern, Post-modernism, Truth, Uncategorized

Time is Longer That We Think..

If we think there was a post-modern era, and now we are in a another era, think again. While I have my difficulties with Bryant, he at least appears to engage with ideas and text in a manner that defies 'temporal eras'. So again we have a further evidence of the need for a bifurcation,… Continue reading Time is Longer That We Think..

Alain Badiou, aphilosophy, bad faith, Baruch Spinoza, being, convention, critical theory, critique, cultural critique, ethics, Exhibition, exhibition, existence, existentialism, faith, feminism, Francois, Francois Laruelle, Graham Harman, immanence, Immanuel Kant, irony, jargon, Jean-Francois Lyotard, Jean-Paul Sartre, Laruelle, Levi Bryant, literature, Lyotard, Martin Heidegger, materialism, metaphysics, neo-modernism, non-philosophy, Object Oriented Ontology, objectivism, ontology, philosophy, poetry, post-modern, Post-modernism, prose, Quentin Meillassoux, radical, reality, religion, science, Slavoj Zizek, Speculative Realism, Spinoza, subjectivism, Teleology, the individual, The Romance, true object, Uncategorized

Post-modernism’s Worth. 

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… Continue reading Post-modernism’s Worth. 

Alain Badiou, convention, critical theory, faith, Graham Harman, Immanuel Kant, Jean-Paul Sartre, Object Oriented Ontology, post-modern, Slavoj Zizek, Speculative Realism, Teleology, true object

The Matter At Hand, Part 2: The Mark of Faith — Object Oriented Philosophy, the ‘New’ Realisms and Post-Modernism.

"What happened ??" * In the event of reading an essay generated by the PMG, we have to think from the perspective of not knowing that it is a fake, keeping in mind that this program is admittedly old and stunted in its potential, but that it would be possible to write a more complex… Continue reading The Matter At Hand, Part 2: The Mark of Faith — Object Oriented Philosophy, the ‘New’ Realisms and Post-Modernism.

aphilosophy, bad faith, convention, critical theory, Exhibition, existence, existentialism, faith, Francois Laruelle, irony, Jean-Paul Sartre, neo-modernism, non-philosophy, objectivism, philosophy, radical, reality, Slavoj Zizek, true object, Uncategorized

Post-post-modern-modernism: The Mistake of Irony; Or, The Ironic Mistake.

Perhaps a little bitty on postmodernism and the, what could be labeled of our current situation, post-post-modern-modernism. Here are a couple links that roughly define the conventional problem I will address in this essay. The first is a little less ridiculous than than the second. The first offers us an argument for why postmodernism is… Continue reading Post-post-modern-modernism: The Mistake of Irony; Or, The Ironic Mistake.

bad faith, existence, Francois Laruelle, Jean-Paul Sartre, non-philosophy, philosophy, prose

Tangent: Bad Faith, part 1

In an earlier post, I suggest that Francis Laruelle, by his Non-philosophy, is in bad faith, ala. Jean-Paul Sartre. So I might do well by explaining what this means. One could easily come to a close idea of what bad faith might mean by comparing it to 'good faith'. I would say that good faith… Continue reading Tangent: Bad Faith, part 1