From the Philosophical Hack (out soon): Laruelle’s is the ‘best’ conventional proof of what cannot be proven through the conventional method. I have already spoken about the distinction between Laruelle’s and my terms. Laruelle distinguishes his project by asserting a positive withdraw in reference to the real common occurrence of philosophy, to call his Non-philosophy […]Read More The Non-Philosophy of Francois Laruelle.
This guys seems to do a pretty good job of laying out some flaws in Christian thinking. via The Ridiculousness of some Christian Arguments — Christianity Simplified Comment: Notice that his argument is being made against claims of another theorist in the debate. One should ask how it is possible that he can move from the […]Read More The Fallacy of Belief: modernity and its tells.
Taking a cue from Amorinblog, I am making an attempt to speak to the notion of disparities. Lets see how is goes. What is terrorism? When we think about the activities of terrorism, a marginal view might situate terrorism in terms of truth. What we have with the possibility of terrorism is a function […]Read More An Attempt at Discussing Some ‘Disparities’: Terrorism, Religion, Truth and Belief.
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 […]Read More Anslem’s Argument for the Proof of the Existence of God, the Disruption of Time, and the Categorization of Philosophical Behavior.
It is an interesting excersize: The history of philosophical reductivim is written in the last half of history as a conflation of the Jewish ‘unknown’ and the Greek ‘Logos‘, both of which are really the only types of ‘oneness’ we are capable of perceiving: a completely unknown element (Judaism) that communicates to humans as singular and specific […]Read More The One God/ The God of One.
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 […]Read More All is Vanity, for Real…Kant, Latour and the Pass, part 2.
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 […]Read More The destruction of the transcendent.