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Crack the alienated philosophical subjectivity. CLICK HERE to BEGIN THE HACK ! "...of course we can talk about snow, for example, talk about what it is, describe how it feels what it looks like, bring forth chemical structures or physical structures of snow all the various aspects of snow -- but if you've never been… Continue reading Begin the Hack.
<>CLICK HERE to BEGIN THE HACK ! (hopefully the link will work.) This is the First Part of a Six part series by Cedric Nathaniel. Using Slavoj Zizek’s book “EVENT” as a platform, this essay is a hack into conventional philosophical reality. It is indeed a hack: A repeated application of an algorithmic protocal… Continue reading The Philosophical Hack: The First Part. On Sale Now !
Quite soon The First Part of The Philosophical Hack: The Concluding Unscientific Postscript to Event will be published. The truth of the situation is that the notion of our “post-truth”, or the incredulity involved with not knowing how to discern what is true, is itself true. So, what does that mean? It means that the theoreticians which would back-step to… Continue reading What is The Truth?
IN anticipation of my new book “The Philosophical Hack”, I am posting my pervious book on Scribd to read for free. This book is what I call an object oriented journey through the Gospels. (I am a terrible marketer. 👨🏽🚀) The Moment of Decisive Significance: A Heresy I am gearing up for my Big promotional… Continue reading Read “The Moment of Decisive Significance” on Scribd. for Free.
I thought my count was a little light... The Philosophical Hack is actually 243,000 words. Part 1, which will be published very soon, is 113 pages, 20,000 word so. Bite size.
I am insane. I have written a 107,000 word philosophy book (you do the math). With perhaps 10 people in mind to read it. I came across THIS post from a year ago. Though it may be reality, I have difficulty reading it and not thinking that the answer is written by a philosophy snob. I simply… Continue reading Publishing a Philosophy Book: The Philosophical Hack, Part 1