philosophy

Another argument against the existence of white privilege: The postmodern “no exit“.

There will be a few opinions expressed in this post. My main critique is that Jordan Peterson does not understand the issues that he is condemning, and so what sounds like intelligence is really just small minded opinion based upon an ignorance. Here is a post worth reposting: Originally posted on Cadell Last: Synthesis! Video:… Continue reading Another argument against the existence of white privilege: The postmodern “no exit“.

Alain Badiou, Brassier, Francois Laruelle, Graham Harman, philosophy, Speculative Realism

Ray Brassier Social Philosophy.

the REPOST first : Originally posted on >ect podcast: >ect explores why philosophers are compelled to try to understand the social reality of which philosophy is a part https://soundcloud.com/ectpodcast/ect-9-in-conversation-with-ray-brassier “To really distinguish the ideal and the real is to understand how they are distinguished in practice, and not in thought – in what we do,… Continue reading Ray Brassier Social Philosophy.

Graham Harman, philosophy

Analogue vs Digital Philosophy.

Sound and Philosophy. I am a music producer so I have some knowledge about sound and signal. If you are interested in what sound processing entails as a block of concepts, I imagine I might do a little bit on sound and philosophy in a post later. Or you could look on line. But here's… Continue reading Analogue vs Digital Philosophy.

critical theory, philosophy

Reality, Naivety and Addiction; Part 2: Google and the failure of communication.

(Note: These posts refer to Slovoj Zizek's talk he did in Spain a few months ago; this one:   *** This ‘post-traumatic world’ that might exist in a utopian dream, if it were not for the naïve subject who is able to have a view where by hope can reside, does not occur within the… Continue reading Reality, Naivety and Addiction; Part 2: Google and the failure of communication.

aphilosophy, convention, critical theory, Exhibition, faith, philosophy, Quentin Meillassoux, religion, Uncategorized

Considering Truth and Reality. Where Science, Religion and Superstition meet; The Communicative Move.

Everyone has an idea of what is true and real. In fact, most do not see any difference between these ideas. Against this we have the notion of superstition, in the historical mythological sense. Superstition is the justification of faith, and together they form a basis by which the activities to solve the problems of… Continue reading Considering Truth and Reality. Where Science, Religion and Superstition meet; The Communicative Move.

critical theory, Exhibition, existence, faith, Francois Laruelle, literature, materialism, objectivism, philosophy, post-modern, prose, religion, subjectivism, Uncategorized

Direct Tangent 6.9: A Word on Faith: An Appropriate Rendition of Francois Laruelle’s ‘Sufficient Philosophy’; The True Object, A Moment with Pierre Bourdieu and the Practice of Process.

As a close to the Direct Tangents and segue to the next, this essay is a simple and direct stating of a basic series of the matter at hand. By 'series' i mean to refer to the structure of argument: points that must be understood as true in order for there to be an discussion;… Continue reading Direct Tangent 6.9: A Word on Faith: An Appropriate Rendition of Francois Laruelle’s ‘Sufficient Philosophy’; The True Object, A Moment with Pierre Bourdieu and the Practice of Process.