Insignificance/Neurosis/AI Psychosis: Notes

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 This moment can be superceded (by NAARPs) only by epistemic certainty of the deity (which might entail strong supernaturalism) or … Continue reading Insignificance/Neurosis/AI Psychosis: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

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)

Assimilation/Accretion: Notes on the NAARP.

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.

Agnostic Disjunction (Magick obtains/Magick does not obtain) as Meta-Manifestation.

“As for P, well P was a different matter. P was in a position to acknowledge -better than myself probably- the strangeness of the event, yet he seemed oblivious to the potential moral content. Q’s disappearnce was for him, a … Continue reading Agnostic Disjunction (Magick obtains/Magick does not obtain) as Meta-Manifestation.

Human Clots and Accretive Ontologies: Rheological Sketches

Mohammad-Ali Rahebi خَلَقَ الْإِنسَانَ مِنْ عَلَقٍ (Made Man from Alaq (accretion/clot   The catatonic knight, the “passional” knight, stands in the field of snow staring at the red blood amidst the white expanse; he has forgotten where he is or … Continue reading Human Clots and Accretive Ontologies: Rheological Sketches