Tag: acedamia

  • the Divergent Proposal, part 2

    The question left in the previous essay (the Divergent Proposal) asked us to consider what about the current philosophical proposals are apparent in our daily lives. We need unpack this. Easy at it may seem to refer to science and say that there indeed are processes at work that we do not recognize or acknowledge […]

  • Direct Tangent 2.9

    Right now I am attacking (ooops, I mean critiquing) the thinker-(non) philosopher Francis Laruelle, and I have to admit that what he is saying is a somewhat difficult concept to convey in words, so, I have to figure that he must have seen that no one else has said what he is attempting to say, […]

  • Direct Tangent: Useless Jargon.

    Lets be frank here: Laruelle’s problem is nothing more or less than what anyone who struggles with the reality of duality has dealt with. It is the same struggle that every religion proposes to solve; it is what the early 20th century magician Alistar Crowley also tried to solve with his Magick, no less. In […]