What Do We Have?

A philosophical method.

I disagree. This is to say that the method it assumes to make its statement that the problem of the criterion is generally figured to be the main problem of epistemology, is a real philosophical issue. So, because we can indicate the method as redundantly involved with the problem it poses, I must disagree to the basic premise that is going unsaid.

However, my extended discussion is not this post. I really mean to show how this method extends and plays out all across every aspect of knowledge that figures itself to be philosophical.

And here is an example:

The Problem of the Criterion: A Christian’s Thoughts – The Council — Read on spirited-tech.com/2021/06/02/the-problem-of-the-criterion-a-christians-thoughts/

The issue that I’m pointing out is that there really is no distinction between what could be a philosophy of Christianity any proposed Philosophy and argumentation about it Christianity Or any proposed Philosophy. and argumentation about it.

This is the problem is the criterion: There is no criterion. Which is to say, the criterion is the proposal itself, what I call “redundant”.

And in comparison, we might even suggest that Christianity is being more honest in where it gets its idea for its proposal, because at least these Christian apologists say that there is an intuitive understanding of God that is informing our ability to make statements and arguments. In a strange way, I think this is more honest than what more academic philosophers would say about ideology or politics or any other topic. Even the Michel Foucault users – and I like Foucault – are unable to admit such a simple idealism at route to their discussion.

So it is that I say when we talk about what is actually occurring, what knowledge actually is, what epistemologically must be the case, I feel that these philosophical ideals really fall drastically short.

And if you’re interested you can look past into my blog, and maybe even read some of my published material.

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 which pose to identify them.
Yet, in truth, terms merely float like Pacific Islands, over the molten core of the real object.

Thus, in truth, we speak less of how terms are correlated with other terms or encrustments, less of what argument may appear as more true or more plausible than another, and more of what is actually occurring in that activity of knowing anything at all.

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.

Truly, it is real.

The question is: might we speak of this transcendence directly, instead of perpetually suspending it in what we might want to call the “spirit affirming“ nothingness of semantic inspiration, aka religious Spirituality?

Then, we should note what offends.

For, this offense marks where discussion stops. Where discussion revolves and involves nothing of substance.

What we are asking for with object orientation is to continue the discussion into that uncomfortable area.

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Rp Struggle is True

Struggle


There is The quite real ideal of mental health that everyone believes whether or not they want to think about it or not, namely, that you have to be happy in order to be mentally healthy.

Then there’s the truth of mental health which goes to resilience and flexibility in the real experience of living life in the world.

(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

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An epistemological horizon left to its own operation, un-hacked, is the definition of a religious cosmology, the heart of ideological power.

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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 significance of what an object actually is such that parts have meaning. The object organizes knowledge around itself.

The weaving of threads brings material about to constitute a blanket, say, but that blanket itself is only partially available to knowledge through the material occasion.

The blanket arrives only at the event of being that is a blanket.

The blanket itself thus recognizes its material in a way that the material can not quite appreciate or comprehend of its object…

…the jump…The Leap is not made by hoping: It is not made at all.

Guattari and Deleuze’s Modern Teleology

Two Routes unto objects constitute the truth of the universe.

New Material Law

a = all possible material

b = all impossibility of possible material.

All the impossibility of possible material accounts for any thing that is not accountable as material.

a+b = every real thing.

Every real thing is qualified by either a or b.

x = the number of possible instances

An instance is a more-than-one. An instance never arises as one, since one requires an other for its ability to arise to itself. Any posit which argues differently merely proves this instance is true. That is, the definition is not true, but the instance itself is indeed true.

It can only be denied, but not proven so without the covert act.

An argument which does indeed argue something different, is subject to the condition of the universe, C.

C = (a+b) ^x

C is the entirety of possible universe.

Once this is found, only two possibilities arise:

The Real Material

And what we must then call

The True Object (Substance).

This fact is due to the redundancy of material in its possibility and impossibility, whether we call it material or use a different term for it.

That is, once we reach C, the true description of universe, then C becomes subject to being a condition of real material (either a or b).

Hence, it is not nothing that arises outside or beyond the universe C, nor other universes.

Rather, the nothingness that arises is merely part of the real universe.

This is true, since no possibility arises outside of its instance. For any other possibility, again, would be redundant.

The situation which confounds the reality of this situation is that such truth has knowable content, content that we may call substance, that brings into question the real condition of materiality (a+b) as a total accounting of the universe.

Therefore, since the true content of the real universe is not reckoned by or against or in relief of nothing, the true content of the universe is not simply everything, (as a platitude or truism), but must rather involve a different manner or orientation upon what real material objects are in themselves, and thus what information they are yielding to knowledge.

Two Routes upon or otherwise into things.

Rp and comment: Twitter To ‘Pre-Bunk’ Criticism Of Left’s Climate Narrative During COP26

Originally posted on PA Pundits – International: By Alexander Hall ~ Twitter is unleashing a new program to proactively protect the left’s climate …

Twitter To ‘Pre-Bunk’ Criticism Of Left’s Climate Narrative During COP26

—-…and my comment:

Here is another example of The Two Routes in practical effect.

The fact of the climate changing is true.

Climate Change is real.

The truth of the climate changing is something human beings must deal with — and will deal with — despite politcal argument about what is real.

To say that Twitter is not being politically neutral in thier allowance of news, as this repost suggest, is to say that what is real is always politically negotiated.

However, to promote this negotiation as though the climate is not involved with human activity is still politically real, and harms humanity by attempting to avoid the truth.

This is the basic issue at hand in our real political world at this point: That what is true takes a while to get an effective foot hold into the political discussion. The debate shows that the truth is not being discussed, but only reality. Over time, the truth of our relationship with the climate will be beyond effective dispute, and reality will have likewise changed.

The overall issue of Climate Change is that we have named the problem, but we have not realized that we are in a relationship with it, with Climate Change, as so have not been able to imagine ourselves in a different situation. In other words, we are in a dysfunctional relationship and we continue to try and fix the relationship, but the “partner” is not having it.

Linguistic Overdetermination and the Two Routes

https://www.academia.edu/53579692/Exploring_Emotional_Intelligence_from_a_Linguistic_Perspective?email_work_card=view-paper

I agree with this paper. I think it is useful both theoretically and practically.

However, I feel that it is becoming necessary to break up the absolutism that is reflected in certain types of application of theory toward practicality.

In my undergraduate anthropology, the idea that language manifests reality was ingrained into us. The example that I remember the most was a little hypothetical story of when the Spanish ships appeared off the coast of the soon to be Americas, The people native to these continents did not see ships. We’re not sure what they saw, but they did not see Spanish ships simply because they did not have the language to be able to conceptualize what ships could be.

This is the same trope that this author uses in his essay.

When attempting to get to the truth of the matter that we are dealing with, we have to begin to allow Theory to reflect upon itself. Not a kind of hermeneutics, but indeed use the thing that the theory is proposing or relying upon in the context of understanding the proposal itself. We cannot do that if we are relying upon such theoretical troops that tell us that reality is based on linguistic presentation; indeed the theoretical troops are identifying something that is actually occurring, but we must also see that this theoretical trope is involved with the trope that it is presenting as well. For, if that indeed is the case, then we would have no manner to progress in knowledge, simply because if there were anything new that we could not understand, we would be referring it back to our conceptual linguistic base. There is no description about how we would ever get by or beyond or present conceptual linguistic paradigm..

So it is that I say that, in the example that this author gives, it is not that certain African people cannot see blue. It is simply that they are using different words to describe the object that is blue. To say that this particular culture does not see blue is to refer them to A theoretical linguistic paradigmparadigm that is — not native to, or not just not their experience, but indeed human being in general— ultimately not theirs, but someone else’s.

This is the issue of colonization itself. Never is the colonist require to justify why their theoretical constructions must apply across the board to all human beings. Simply by the fact that he is able to conceive of things that explain things which, through his present conceptual linguistic paradigm, appears to explain things that other people are not conceptualizing in thier understanding, the colonist feels ethically obligated to enforce that category upon that human being that they understand as “ignorant”, or in historical context uncivilized or primitive.

The key here is to suspend reductive method. It is not to say that one is wrong and one is right. It is not to say that this person is not an educated or ignorant, or that the colonist is not or should not be imposing their categories and other people. That just gets us back into the colonist mindset. And this requires us to use a different term since what we are doing is ethically on just buy our own standards. (this is how reality functions currently: when a certain conceptualization offends us, we just use different words to ethically mitigate the situation instead of confronting the offense itself).

Yes, in reality we have to deal with these contradictions inherent in the human activity. But it is indeed an actually true human activity that is arising despite our ethical constructs.

In order to understand what is truly happening, what is true of the situation, and not merely real, we need to understand and allow for the fact that this African person who cannot see blue is indeed seeing blue, but that not only their words but our words as well, as well as every other languages words, or floating a top and objective sea of truth, so to speak as a creative way of explaining what is actually happening.

Truth is a Dirty Word

How do you bristle when you here about Truth?

Ponder …

It is not Becuase you are so intelligent or philosophically apt.

Rather,

It is because the notion of Truth informs the core of an offense which holds up your system of sense and ability.

A logic of ideas supported by a fundamental and basic offense is called, in one instance, ideology, and in another, religion.

Ponder, great souls and great minds, how intelligence, ethics, and indeed the whole world itself, is contained by a knowledge that is nothing less than a religious theology. Less a system in which individuals of various cultures persist, than a manner which is the universe itself arising to be known.

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