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)
Magick is a difficult word. If I use it, it attracts a degree of negativity by Narps assuming I want to wax lyrical about something they perceive nonsensical, if I try to form a new term to shoehorn the topic … Continue reading Notes on the Clarification of Pneuminous Accretive Theory (ii): Mechanics of Magick.
What are the problems with OOO? Isn’t it the funky philosophical panacea that everyone’s talking about? Well it is, a bit, and in large measure it isn’t (in my opinion). I find it strange to argue as the insights of … Continue reading The Problem[s] with Object Oriented Ontology.