Here is the interview I did with Hermitix on the subject of Neurosis & Society. Intertwining themes include; assimilation, tautology, Deleuze & Guattari, Nick Land, Capitalist Realism and Marxism. Other philosophers on this blog have been Nick Land and John Cussons. https://hermitix.podiant.co/e/37094257bb8ff8/ Continue reading Hermitix Interview with Charlie Johns (Neurosis & Society).
In this informal chat Johns continues his thoughts on the threefold of experience (Heidegger) and the constant conflicts of concepts which create productive difference (Hegel’s dialectic). Johns suggests that the contemporary ‘subject’ is determined by societies power to employ it … Continue reading Charles William Johns: Tautological Assimilation (Part Two)
In this informal chat Charles Johns, editor of The Neurotic Turn, tries to describe his two philosophical terms ‘neurosis’ and ‘assimilation’. He also tries to explain why he thinks these descriptions become necessarily disclosed and why they are necessarily prevalent … Continue reading Charles Johns – Neurosis and Assimilation (Part One)
Here is an interview I (Charlie Johns) did with The Moscow Museum of Modern Art about my latest editorial work The Neurotic Turn. I decided to be more historical and psychological than philosophical/metaphysical in this discussion. It charts a trajectory … Continue reading Neurosis: Interview with MMOMA (Moscow Museum of Modern Art)
What am I assimilating? What is assimilating me? What does this mean? In the first person phenomenological conscious register that we accept, we can divide thinking into two directions: the first is a kind of Heideggerian notion: what is our … Continue reading What am I assimilating? What is assimilating me?
Ideas seem to get away with murder. We are asked what ‘Happiness’ is and we all either accept some Platonic Universal description (Quasi-Objective) or the exact opposite; what ‘we’ believe/want to see happiness as being (in this sense it is … Continue reading Nightclub Scenario/Ideas as Opiates
There is no spatial, chronological or privileged difference anymore between the real and the concept it mirrors. The real is imaginary and the imaginary is real. It is the closing of this distance that creates a flat, immanant and blindly … Continue reading Assimilation, Simulation, Neurosis and The Sensitive Heritage of Concepts.
It is in many ways tautological that a philosopher is not only a thinker of reality but also gradually makes reality a product of his thinking. So here we go – I look at my guitar in the corner of … Continue reading Does My Guitar Accrete Pneuma?