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)
Again, the vector field need not exist ever as any kind of prior state of things, it is perfectly cogent to conceive of it after the interpretive event. In this way the conception of the vector field is a kind … Continue reading More notes of the Vector Field: Magickal Relevance
All of this writing about vectors might seem like just a theory of how designation occurs. As a theoretical extension of Wittgenstein this is true. Why however would we want to bother? The answer is because the transcendental vector theory … Continue reading Transcendental Vectors notes (vi): Agnostic Disjunction
The vectors for physical objects must conform to at least the grammar of duration and spatiality in order to carry the relevant concepts. Non-physical objects are different insofar as they are not reliant on an underlying vector of physicality. Does … Continue reading Transcendental Vectors (iii): Stone Poetics
This is an attempt to solve the problem I often perceive to occur in OOO in its sloppy ignorance of all the linguistic philosophical progress that was made last century. I think it’s pertinent because the language relation is crucial … Continue reading Transcendental Vectors (i)
How then are we to conceive of that endless source of problems: the object? The stickiness of pneuma (information) suggests something like this: There is a founding level of pneuma founded still again upon a kind of transcendental phantasy of … Continue reading The Grammar of Concepts and their Vectors.
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.