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).
This is just a series of notes trying to put down some reflections on the matter in an attempt to try to make the theory more functional in its explanatory value. 1) Manifestationism attempts to describe a situation of quasi … Continue reading Manifestationism: Notes on the Tripartite Heuristic
The theosophists Leadbetter and Besant described certain occult perceptions of thought forms. These thought forms were described and in some instances they were committed to paper. The basic idea is that all thought content has this a kind of substantial … Continue reading Theosophical Thought Forms and Pneuminous Accretions.
It all sounds so simple. The idea comes that a kind of dialectical end of chaos magick is in fact the accretion of God. Or rather that there might be an ethical suggestion that develops in the NAARP that rather … Continue reading The Foolhardy Dream of the Chaos Magickal Hegelian Eschaton (Design a God Project)
If the moment of NAARP significance has passed in its strong metaphysical form, we are in the moment (for some) of insignificance. This moment can be superceded (by NAARPs) only by epistemic certainty of the deity (which might entail strong supernaturalism) or … Continue reading Insignificance/Neurosis/AI Psychosis: Notes
What do we mean by the claim of insignificance? Basically that in an unfeeling potentially infinite universe we have no position of meaning to anything other than ourselves. A lot of discourse in certain philosophical/cultural spheres turns on the obvious … Continue reading On [In]Significance
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)
If accretion-assimilation is compatible with manifestationism then what does magick obtains v magick does not obtain signify? Not a whether or not the structure can be construed in this way as this is no longer ontological -it is meta-ontological. The … Continue reading Accretion-Assimilation-Manifestation: Notes on the Primacy of Control.
Philosophy can a be tedious business. Repetition of the same matter is often the plat de jour. These recent notes do not alter this pattern. The situation we have here is an interesting one insofar as we have two philosophies that seem … Continue reading Assimilation/Accretion: Notes on the NAARP.