Tag: Teleology

  • Psyche-logic

    —excerpt from Healing Fiction by James Hillman. c.1983 The question implicit of the object of the subject is not, like the usual phenomenologically subject-based philosophy, meaning; rather, the question is to what use is philosophy put? For what purpose is the Being of philosophy? Cedric Nathaniel puts this juxtaposition of view in terms of how […]

  • Comment on the Previous (Re-)Post.

    Of course it is possible, now, that theory merely argues itself, having pretty much described (or inscribed) itself to show where it lacks. The ultimate irony of psychoanalytical-Philosophy (as a general term) is what occurs, what has occurred through the general rhetoric; namely, the argument has described itself into its lack, and the lack is […]

  • Anslem’s Argument for the Proof of the Existence of God, the Disruption of Time, and the Categorization of Philosophical Behavior.

    I seem to have found a significance for Anslem’s proof. It may be that it is not significance for whether God might exist, but, as I have said, significance for how I present ideas. We will start with the rendition from Princeton’s site. I think they have a pretty good rendition there. Without all the strict logical […]

  • Ontology and Teleology, 2

    Ontology (conventional) philosophy is about what might be really true, concerned with finding essential foundations. Teleology is about finding what works and exposeing empty speculation for it’s worth.  These are therefore no ‘essential’ categories and do not apply ‘in essence’ to placing historical discourses, but concern only what is working now; but more, what that […]