Tag: event

  • (PDF) The Philosophical Hack: The Concluding Unscientific Postscript to Event | Cedric Nathaniel – Academia.edu

    xThe Philosophical Hack uses Slavoj Zizek’s book “Event” as a platform from which to hack into philosophy. A hack in one sense is someone who knows how to use the technology but nevertheless assembles useful objects in non-conventional manners. A hack — Read on www.academia.edu/39724836/The_Philosophical_Hack_The_Concluding_Unscientific_Postscript_to_Event * An epistemological horizon left to its own operation, un-hacked, […]

  • Event and Substance

    Event and Substance

    Various philosophers have already discussed the “event”recently. I generally consider three philosophers contemporary that are significant to the discussion of truth. I talk about them all the time: Zizek, Badiou, Laruelle; The indivisible remainder, void, and void qua void as implicated in non-philosophy, respectively. Which is to say, in a very Witgenstein manner, that whatever […]

  • The first part of the philosophical hack

    The concluding unscientific post script to event. The First Part concerns the defining of a space that is regularly understood as having no boundaries. The Second Part, out soon, concerns the conditions for something existing outside of the political world, thus, opening knowledge (hacking into the space discovered in the first part) to the truth […]

  • THE SECOND PART * crossing your mind near you.

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  • The Philosophical Hack: The First Part. On Sale Now !

    <>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 […]

  • What is The Truth?

      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 […]

  • Badiou’s seminar on Lacan and The Philosophical Hack.

    Badiou’s seminar on Lacan https://doctorzamalek2.wordpress.com/2018/11/26/badious-seminar-on-lacan/ — Read on doctorzamalek2.wordpress.com/2018/11/26/badious-seminar-on-lacan/ One of the next books I’ll be getting. But From the Amazon description, it sounds in line with my long awaited book, “The Philosophical Hack”,which I will be start releasing soon. The subtitle of my book is “Concluding Unscientific Postscript to Event” and is somewhat a […]

  • 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 […]

  • Zizek and the Event of the Past: Part 2.

    AMOREINOBLOG commented in part one and asked me a question, the answer to which, I think helps clarify what Im saying in the original post. So I am posting it here. Please comment.   AMORINOBLOG: “I find this post really interesting. But I need clarification, because I’d like to defend Zizek vis-a-vis the quotes you […]

  • Zizek and the Event of the Past.

    In his book “Event”, the chapter section ‘Connection 5.2’, Slavoj Zizek, in his usual manner of changing the stakes of the game in the middle of the game, discusses what he notes Delueze calls the “pure past”. I think Zizek kind of fails at this attempt (at least we can safely excuse Delueze’s ‘Zennnnnnnnnnnn Ohhmmmmm’ […]