Tag: materialism

  • The Veritable Counsel

    We are generally afraid of talking, let alone thinking, about truth. I think this is due to the terrible things that humans beings do under the name of truth. Truth is associated with narrow-mindedness and intellectual myopia, as well as authoritarianism and religion. Well, I seek to disrupt those automatic associations, to help with an […]

  • Is Graham Harman as New Materialist??

    from Antiquities Beyond Humanism ed E Bianchi, S. Brill, B. Holmes — Read on www.academia.edu/39168908/Hyperobjects_OOO_and_the_eruptive_classics_field_notes_of_an_accidental_tourist —–  I’m posting this essay because it might be informative to some in general. I have not read it. I read pretty much the first three sentences, and then I stopped… Is Graham Harman part of the New Materialist […]

  • Can brain anatomy and function account for psychiatric conditions? – A New Vision for Mental Health

    Can brain anatomy and function account for psychiatric conditions? – A New Vision for Mental Health — Read on www.newvisionformentalhealth.com/2022/09/26/can-brain-anatomy-and-function-account-for-psychiatric-conditions/ —-Here she is going a little deeper… So good ! 👽 x

  • Rp and comment on Chameleon theory (theories)… Everlasting worlds….

    Supercomputer simulations of galaxies have shown that Einstein’s theory of General Relativity might not be the only way to explain … Chameleon theory (theories)… Everlasting worlds… —– Real objects withdraw from view and relation. Real objects arise in this manner encrusted with qualities that come into appearance as to embody or correlate with the terms […]

  • The Irony of Blogging with a Sense of Substance

    The irony is that blogging, by its very nature, is a motion of modern subjective materialism. People who are interested in true substance are not often reading blogs. In true Zizekian form, The blogosphere is a place where imaginary transcendence is verified to an absolute epistemological horizon. The question is: might we speak of this […]

  • CSP: Already Your Idea

    soundcloud.com/usertransspace/collide-the-whole-enchilada-2 You gotta get through the real material to get to the true substance. See this blog of Unexpected Objects if the discourse of always expected and confirming material is starting to feel associated with a sensation of lack.

  • Passing on a Dire Celebration: An incomplete engraving

    x At the entrance to the temple of Apollo at Delphi, stood written the words gnōthi seauton, know thyself. But anyone who’s read Dante Alighieri … An incomplete engraving —– The day that Christ is born is a darkness broken only by the light of a star. The wise men are beckoned by that star, […]

  • Very Provocative: Academic Production as Global Dump?

    https://www.academia.edu/video/k6m2vl?email_video_card=watch-video&pls=RVP —-Love this, for it is your act.

  • (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, […]

  • Parts, Objects, and the Event: less and more

    It is less a assemblage of parts that, placed piece meal into a storyboard semantic collage, that constitutes an event. It is less the pieces of objects that come together in order for us to find and understand what an object is. Rather It is more the Event that brings about the whole instance and […]