The form of Constructive Undoing is query. Every statement I make is a question, asking for correction. Not so much or as often a “Do you agree?” But more a “What is incorrect?”, as well as “What have I missed?”, “Can you help me?”, and even (though it seems so unstylish these days) “Can I help you?”
For I aspire deeply to the question inherent in Plato’s ‘Protagoras’:
“When two go together, one sees before the other.”
The portion of this continuing blog called ‘Direct Tangents’ are a dialectical exercise, of coming to terms mostly with Francios Laruelle’s non-philosophy, but also by extension, the matter at hand.