Monthly Archives: March 2015

exposing the route before us.

(Oh; thats a link. Its really big though. Not sure why)

“Fantasy forms the core of her: sex is his defence-formation against the ‘threat’ of fantasy.”

Slavoj Zizek.

The real philosophical (conventional-methodological) effort is a libidinal expression, a distancing of objects from each other under the guise of union ( yoga; revolution) . The One Universe, and its supportive couterpart, theory.

The point of true philosophical effort is to expose the basis by which such theory is seen to tell of true things. 

Hence, the real methodologically produced theory applied to the manner of exposure yields nothing, that point of nil that is the conventional subject. 

And hence, the reason we notice divergence by the throwing away of the ladder. 

Soon, i will finish my small book, “Nonphilosophy and Aphilosophy”. I hope some of my readers will be interested. 

and experiment with the voice control dictation mode on the iPhone

See the following is raw voice dictation mode on the iphone keyboard:

we might see in the overwhelming possibility of discourse as it contains potential that it can only be real you can only be that within this potential if there is an extended discourse that cannot be comprehended by any one agent. And that a comprehension of this of this One thing is utterly merely an assertion of particular power. And so the best thing that we can have in reality given the potential is various various moments are various coagulation’s condensation cool cool cool call Leschen call last call laugh call Les of people that use particular discourses particular schemes of discourses though there may be no identifying what in particular scheme is as it is a wholeness in itself perhaps this could be or have been first identified with with Mark’s Karl Marx so far is he identifies the proletariat in the Bouge why as as a as an indicator of who has the power of course we would have to see that in light of you know marks Marxist Marxian discourse of of power but that any anyone of these schemes or moments of discourse in a negotiation so far is there maybe One that has a certain amount of dominance that it is that one that has the most effective ability to assert its power so far is from Marks standpoint the boudoir would be the identifier of this powerful discourse. still when we I dentist by that there may be this bougie power activated then Marxism becomes significant in that it identifies so far as the proletariat false consciousness that really all these are just discourses and assertions of power that really a proprietary overcoming is false conscious takes on a new dimension a new meaning more than just that there are discourses that are having power but indeed this thing that is come upon as reality as a & arena in which these discourse of power take place itself is an assumption upon that perception that perceiver that is appropriating use these discourses itself is just is just another marker of proletariat mentality.


Kenneth Harper Finton

by Frank L. Visco

My several years6f9b0bd7-adc8-463c-8f16-0bf9bc250395 in the word  game have learnt me several rules:

  1. Avoid alliteration. Always.
  2. Prepositions are  not words to end sentences with.
  3. Avoid cliche like the plague. (They’re old  hat.)
  4. Employ the vernacular.
  5. Eschew ampersands & abbreviations, etc.
  6. Parenthetical remarks (however relevant) are unnecessary.
  7. It is wrong to ever split  an infinitive.
  8. Contractions aren’t necessary.
  9. Foreign words and phrases are not apropos.
  10. One should never generalize.
  11. Eliminate quotations. As  Ralph Waldo Emerson once said: “I hate quotations. Tell me what you know.”
  12. Comparisons are as bad as cliches.
  13. Don’t be redundant; don’t use more words than necessary; it’s.highly superfluous.
  14. Profanity sucks.
  15. Be more or less specific.
  16. Understatement is·always best
  17. Exaggeration is a billion times worse than understatement.
  18. One-word sentences? Eliminate.
  19. Analogies in writing are like feathers on a snake.
  20. The passive voice is to be avoided
  21. Go around the barn at high noon to avoid…

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Brassier: Unfree Improvasation and Compulsive Freedom. 

It seems for now inmy blog i am recording -posting examples of the necessarly repercussions of what has occurred philosophically.  

The issues that will be renegotiated are those noticed by post modernism, namely, the free subject and the object in itself, history and ideology, all resituated due to the conceptual ‘glut’ of the late 80’s. Might we call the period between then and now ‘post-post modernism’?  Or ‘pre-realism’ ?  

But whereas these realists ride upon the wave of real sensibility, which really gets not very far from anything, the significance will show it self when we show what actually happened. Then we will have a solute and complete move, and perhaps for the future, a defined new paradigm. 

Graham Harman’s Black Holes

It is happening….

The great thing about GH is he has no quams about playong the game. 

One day i will produce a paper that explains the confluence of objects that GH is allowed to talk about.   For when we begin Dasein, withdrawn objects, lyotard and the limits of communication, among other significant ideas, we will see the strong correlation of consciousness and — wait for it — black holes: objects in themselves and universal singularities. 

Thus the significant event will concern how it is possible to anticipate subjects.   Because i havent. As of 3/16 . watched this yet…

synthetic zerø

Graham talking about the thing-in-itself, black holes, withdrawn objects, Speculative Realism, Heidegger, correlationism, essence, Object Oriented Philosophy, the History of Philosophy, materialism.

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philosophical decay. 

I like this. When we begin to fully grasp Dasien, to realize its meaning and then move – not beyond it, as a disclaimed mistake ( the case made and granted reparations) but – within it, we get to see what history is, and we get to watch as the limit of conventional thought is enacted as limit.  The following conventional philosophical idea fits exactly into what we should expect in this day. 

[ my reblog didnt work. The essay referred to is on:


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It is just a game

I can appreciate this little ditty, but with some doubts.
I would say that reality is a game, what is real is all the nonsensical, stupid costumes and roles we find we have to play. That game is real. Look around; how is it not real? It takes a real force of will to decide that all this Stuff is not real. And, It is the denial of particular emotional states that compound their being a sourse of aggrivation; it is better said that they arouse assessments that are not <em>true</em>, but are exactly real.  I say whatever it is that views this ‘game’ is never encountered in reality, amongst the conversations and posturings, the suits and hoops. I say the assertion of some ambivalent and removed viewer is a real reaction to the nonsense that is really us. A move faithful to the real imperative.