When we remove the ideal of Providence and communion from the experience of the Being Of Human, we are left with the realization that, often enough, an idea of a particular author was not unique to him or her. What arises is the awareness that what they had come upon was already there for anyone to see, suspended, if you will, in the conditions that are present at every moment.
One might then understand that the only force which is (1) preventing everyone from seeing it, (2) allowing or creating a condition of seeing that an idea should be credited to a particular author as though that author’s being and therefore thought processes are unique, (3) presenting ideas which are “built” off of previous (temporally past) ideas, is that force which arises in the idea of such real-true organization of things. It is the conditioned idea which develops an individual to view Itself within certain lines of causality that are drawn by ideologically implicit limits, or “prohibitions” which derives the modern subject as such, and not ideas as the mind might be naturally or intrinsically inclined to have or be able to work with.
This presentation can be verified by the very notion which understands any idea as not conditioned by the conventional organization of prohibitions, “commandments” and “sacraments”; to wit, the default against which a natural and fully available idea might exist means nothing or otherwise occupies a space within the conditioned ideology as a blank spot, a nothingness, whereAs in actuality the non-conventional thought has the larger explanatory, as well as effective power.
The discrepancy thus defines what modern subjectivity is as a cosmological player-piece, against what the human being actualy is as a universal object. Forever protecting its ideal freedom, it misses that which is of its self which is causing the inherent problems of the world being. It is making a mistake in conceptualizing freedom along and either or fulcrum, as though to give up ones freedom somehow a person then becomes powerless as well.
We thus might then be able to understand that capitalism is less a political or ideological space than it is the name of a certain type of mythos which is operative presently in the formation of reality.
The example of this is found when one notices any disjuncture in understanding of known things. For example: the hitting of my thumbs upon a flat plastic/glass rectangular face has no connection to the the key strokes used to write an application by which people discuss ideas. Another example is spreading peanut butter on bread. Or jelly. Or a Lyft and an Uber.
All that is needed is an awareness of a possibility of disconnection where continuity is assumed as given and solute; there we have the manner by which the human being may fit in the universe with every other being that exists, as opposed to every being having to be subject to the Being that is human which thinks.
What is most difficult to imagine is how indeed human beings continue and indeed thrive outside of or despite the network of connections that arise within the capitalistic mythos (for another term: religious cosmology) of reality.
We might even contemplate how a universe Omni-connected through the thinking human being and only due to its presence has effected the human world in a less-than-positive manner. Think war,addiction, mass-shootings and climate change. The question is not ability, it is responsibility.
We need to be responsible in how we view ourselves and the world to not adhere to limits just because what lie beyond them is offensive to our sense of freedom.