covert sound philosophy, Martin Heidegger, music, philosophy

The Badlands (single 2017)

The Covert Sound Philosophy. It is Covert: It is not readily available to view. But, once it is viewed, then the Philosophy becomes obviously Sound. It is a Covert Sound Philosophy. It is a covert philosophy It is a sound philosophy It is a philosophy that arrives in sound, that is music, underneath what is… Continue reading The Badlands (single 2017)

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.

Alain Badiou, bad faith, being, critical theory, Francois Laruelle, irony, Jean-Francois Lyotard, Martin Heidegger, non-philosophy, philosophy, Post-modernism, religion, science

…and sowing the seeds: Reply to Blake with draft excerpts from “The Second Moment”.

Reply to Terrence Blake's recent post over at Agent Swarm: As usual Terrence you pegged it. It's strange how I view it and actually I can totally agree with you and yet somehow there's something that I'm not agreeing with and really that has to do with my work, The strange situation that I find… Continue reading …and sowing the seeds: Reply to Blake with draft excerpts from “The Second Moment”.

Derrida, Martin Heidegger, Uncategorized

The Question: Of Darkness. 

The Question of Derrida's Heidegger is ironically (as they even say) the question itself, which should not be generalized into a 'common human sort of being'; that question is a response within the consistency that Derrida exposes as failing (decadence). Rather; the question voiced to its particularity that has been obscured  (darkened) by the 'common'… Continue reading The Question: Of Darkness. 

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..

critical theory, ethics, event, exhibition, Graham Harman, Martin Heidegger, philosophy, Quentin Meillassoux, Slavoj Zizek, The Romance, Uncategorized

Love’s Kitchen and the Parallax View.

I guess this is the closest type of embed I can find. While it seems somewhat contrary to have all my theoretical/critical posts and essays and then post these songs, such as the one below, the point will be similar to how Harman talks about Lovecraft, or Miellassoux uses Mallarme, or Hiedegger brings in Holderlin.… Continue reading Love’s Kitchen and the Parallax View.

being, existence, Martin Heidegger, philosophy, post-modern, reality, Slavoj Zizek, true object, truth, Uncategorized

The Fallacy of Realism.

(Da Sein and the Phenomenon, part 2) If we pay attention, then we may notice that we have been deceived. But most do not notice. The distinction, then, is made between these two ‘awarenesses’, these two ‘knowledges’. So we have really three distinctions, three ‘modes’ evidenced in philosophical authorship. One; of the deception. Denial that there… Continue reading The Fallacy of Realism.