Monthly Archives: October 2016


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 between self and subject is to be taken here theoretically, since neither of these terms bear an essence outside of their overdetermination by philosophy, which for its part is not … Continue reading

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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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