Monthly Archives: October 2016

Imaginary Love

This is a screen-poem or a cinema-fiction about the imaginary number in quantum mechanics, the notion of subjectivity in images, and the virtuality of the lived.

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Self-Constraints III

Self-Constraints III Notes on Non-Philosophy Philosophy is the despair of loops, and one can observe this in very way it develops and reproduces itself. There is an incessant recursivity not only in the texts it produces but in its manner … Continue reading

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OMEGA

Notes on Immanent Opening The philosopher’s error is to locate the Open. One locates it in the self or in the body (“you are the open”): a kind of absolute of being-there, the imperative is then to think it qua … Continue reading

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Being(-logos)

Saying (what) it is and it being what it (says it) is – being what will have been said of it, having been itself (in language) – these are the objective phenomena. They involve decisions about what logos can do … Continue reading

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Self-Constraints II

Self-Constraints II Notes on Non-Philosophy Self and Subject The distinction here is obviously theoretical since neither of these bear an essence outside of their overdetermination by philosophy, which for its part is not very good at distinguishing the two. The … Continue reading

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Self-Constraints

I wonder if philosophers are aware of the despair they induce in humans with their subtle conceptions of self, their incitements to becoming and individuation and experience? Of course, we are all more or less spontaneously seduced by the idea … Continue reading

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On Autocatalytic Thought

We have to grapple with how the conditions of thought-production are changing, and therefore with how its norms of production must also change. These changes bear on a few basic qualities: size, speed, and output status or “definitiveness.” The norm … Continue reading

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