I am an artist at heart, but with intellectual reflection. I am a philosopher in an artistic sense, rather than a ‘pure reason’ saint. My experience is not exclusionary. Hence my dilemma. In not only thought, but indeed act. Where it becomes the most difficult is in our Post-modern Marxist world of production. There is […]Read More And I am drawn between.
I thought my count was a little light… The Philosophical Hack is actually 243,000 words. Part 1, which will be published very soon, is 113 pages, 20,000 word so. Bite size.Read More Adjusted Word Count…
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 […]Read More Badiou’s seminar on Lacan and The Philosophical Hack.
I added a page to the menu above. I don’t know if a Page prints as a Post so I am posting the page.😄 — The point of this whole thing is to find the destruction of the transcendent. My work is toward a complete explanation of religion. One that explains every cultural facet or […]Read More Religious Philosophy.
The computer reading does not phrase the excerpt very well, and makes it a little difficult to understand. So for those who are interested in what Alice the Computer was reading, here is the text: “The speech act becomes a symbolic Event if and when its occurrence restructures the entire field; although there is no […]Read More Text of the Excerpt from “The Philosophical Hack” from the previous post.
An excerpt from my upcoming book “The Philosophical Hack“: Deleuze through Zizek about the speech act and the Event. (This is a test of this voice feature of Word and iTunes. I think going forward, I will slow down Alice’s cadence. And perhaps look to an app that does this text to voice […]Read More Excerpt from the Upcoming “The Philosophical Hack.”
“In the philosophical context, a difference exists where offense marks a boundary. If I move to describe a leaf, and I say it is brown, no one is offended and no one argues over the simple description of that fact of autumn. Yet, for some very particular and indeed knowable reason, if I move to […]Read More Actual Philosophical Difference.