Monthly Archives: October 2017

One-Streaming

The key discovery is that the “steam of consciousness” is outside, without there being any “outside” anywhere. It never exactly reflects back upon itself or shapes up into a conscious being. It never folds over itself or doubles up. If … Continue reading

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Against Multiplicity

One of the benefits of studying philosophy is to discover in detail, and in all their ramifications, the “logic” behind certain ideas that, in the real world, are widespread but dispersed, and thus partial, incoherent. Sometimes one even finds a … Continue reading

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CULLET (art-archive)

CULLET is an online art archive that I have been curating since 2014. It can be accessed at: https://www.facebook.com/Cullet-580481965368250/. This article will share a bit about the idea behind this archive and Cullet’s evolution. The reader is encouraged to visit … Continue reading

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Little Works

I find it sad that our large projects, dedicated as they are to what interests us most, can wind up being so burdensome. They can even lead us to hate our topic, not because there’s anything inherently bad or boring … Continue reading

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Spiritual Emergency

Recently, while reminiscing with my stepmom Susie about an episode I had at the beginning of 2006—an episode that I interpreted at the time as a breakthrough into enlightenment; it was undoubtedly one of the most intense weeks of my … Continue reading

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Inverting the Personal

The massive practical divide in the social could be said to lie between “small-scale” love and “broad-scale” love. The one we call love: friends, family, and romantic love. Nearly every pop song and blockbuster movie glorifies it as what makes … Continue reading

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Self-Constraints VII

This articles continues the series on this website dedicated to understanding and communicating non-philosophy. I raise a few problems I encountered while reading  a text by Alex Dubilet, “Non-Human Identity and Radical Immanence – On Man-in-Person in Francois Laruelle’s Non-Philosophy,” … Continue reading

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