aphilosophy, Baruch Spinoza, convention, critical theory, cultural critique, Exhibition, faith, Francois Laruelle, irony, non-philosophy, philosophy, prose, radical, reality, the individual, true object, Uncategorized

Non-Philosophy and Aphilosophy: Departure. An Exercise of Metalepsis; Spinoza and the term part 2; Laruelle and the Quadripartite.

If we are steadfast in our undertaking we will not labor our attitude of righteousness. Yet, we likewise must not fall back into the comfort of the easy way. The challenge is to indeed be challenged, and not to again be presented with another variation of puzzle, for by now the puzzles are seen to… Continue reading Non-Philosophy and Aphilosophy: Departure. An Exercise of Metalepsis; Spinoza and the term part 2; Laruelle and the Quadripartite.

bad faith, critical theory, Francois Laruelle, irony, Jean-Francois Lyotard, non-philosophy, philosophy, poetry, radical, Uncategorized

Direct Tangent 4.28: What can I say ? Part 1.

Its about time I get to the point. I have spent plenty of time talking around the issue. I have talked about Bad Faith and mentioned the issue, I've talked about aspects of the issue and indicated that all this has to do with the reason why Laruelle seems bogged down in jargon. I feel… Continue reading Direct Tangent 4.28: What can I say ? Part 1.

Exhibition, literature, materialism, neo-modernism, philosophy, poetry, prose

Direction 2.18

I have to start somewhere; I cannot, like most, start in the middle and expect to get anywhere but to an aggravation of the problem. I could start anywhere but I will begin with a few statements of what truth cannot be. Truth cannot be located in a real world, except as that world constitutes… Continue reading Direction 2.18

Exhibition, literature, materialism, neo-modernism, philosophy, poetry, prose

Direction 2.18

I have to start somewhere; I cannot, like most, start in the middle and expect to get anywhere but to an aggravation of the problem. I could start anywhere but I will begin with a few statements of what truth cannot be. Truth cannot be located in a real world, except as that world constitutes… Continue reading Direction 2.18