Monthly Archives: May 2017

Self-Constraints VI

Non-philosophy claims to be a science of philosophy, able to observe and isolate a system at work in it globally, so much so that instead of remaining within this system it can treat its various idea-complexes as symptoms. In later … Continue reading

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Really Doing Nothing

Eric Santner’s Tanner Lectures begin with the observation that, in contemporary society, human bodies at work produce not only products or services but a surplus over them, “work in excess of any apparent teleological order, work that [keeps] one busy beyond reason” … Continue reading

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