Tag: critical theory
The philosophical/critical modern academic method
Abstract: In this paper, I argue that people should think a certain way about things, and believe in the semantic content that such thinking portrays. I give examples that everyone should already understand, and hopefully provide a route to make sure they are not making a mistake about what they are understanding. I then further…
Critical Theory and Philosophy, revisited.
I tend to conflate critical theory with critical thinking. I think the philosophers or theorists or authors who came up with the term “critical theory” for what they were doing, or for some class of social comment, was simply extending philosophical motion and applying it to ideology as though ideology was something separate from the…
Perhaps a better phrasing of the Question…
Where or when does philosophy and critical theory part? Where does philosophy end and critical theory begin? And/or where does critical theory end and philosophy begin ? Because I can see a achair in-itself and likewise a table, and I see for sure where the chair ends and the table begins and vice versa. There…
Critical Theory and Philosophy
Is there a difference between critical theory and philosophy? Please. Share your thoughts.
Knowing neoliberalism Knowing neoliberalism — Read on janabacevic.net/2019/07/23/knowing-neoliberalism/
THE MASSES AS OBJECT
WHEN MARGINALIZED RATIONALITIES REAR ITS UGLY HEAD: THE MASSES AS HYPEROBJECTS https://thepostsecularblog.wordpress.com/2019/05/17/when-marginalized-rationalities-rear-its-ugly-head-the-masses-as-hyperobjects/ — Read on thepostsecularblog.wordpress.com/2019/05/17/when-marginalized-rationalities-rear-its-ugly-head-the-masses-as-hyperobjects/ great post!! Yet/and… read on… I am not sure that we need to use the term “hyper objects”. I think that term functions and works to miss the significance of objects in-themselves. if I were to use the term…
– – “The ideal of getting beyond how humanity actually functions as a unitive category is a utopian dream. This dream is then placed in a ‘post-human’ category of (often dystopian) progress for the purpose of satisfying the failed desire of an individual identity, once again dismissing itself from itself in fantasy. It is based…
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…
IDirection 3.20: The summary of Francois Laruelle’s Non-Philosophy, with further commentary.
The Direct Tangents of Constructive Undoing deals with the explanation of non-philosophy. In regular circumstance, this link would have been posted at the beginning of Constructive Undoing, but this is highly irregular, so, here is the link ( or at least the address, since it may not have transcribed the active link) to Laruelle’s own…
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