Hermitix Interview with Charlie Johns (Neurosis & Society).

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).

Charles William Johns: Tautological Assimilation (Part Two)

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)

Charles Johns – Neurosis and Assimilation (Part One)

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)

Laruelle & Neurosis: Operations of Exaggerating and Distancing.

Laruelle’s non-philosophy is something that I am thinking through and with at the moment. I will refrain from trying to reduce his ideas or even properly describe them (I am still struggling!). What I wish to do however is suggest … Continue reading Laruelle & Neurosis: Operations of Exaggerating and Distancing.

Incorporeal Transformation (Guilt) and Pneuminous Accretion Attachment.

Deleuze and Guattari’s notion of incorporeal transformation¬† as found in the ‘postulates of linguistics’ suggests very much the kind of notion intended by accretion attachment, indeed there is much in¬† our pneumatology that is similar to Deleuze and Guattari’s work. … Continue reading Incorporeal Transformation (Guilt) and Pneuminous Accretion Attachment.