Monthly Archives: December 2017

“Medicine”

[The following non-fiction piece was written October 2008 and tells the story of how I first came to write poetry.] MEDICINE And it was at that age… Poetry arrived in search of me. I don’t know, I don’t know where … Continue reading

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JOIE CHRONOLOGIQUE

[Written during my first semester back at college in 2008, after my father died and I was enrolled in numerous courses about death and dying, this long poem or confessional was the earliest step in the writing project, FOR NOW (an experiment with … Continue reading

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Empathetic Engagements

[The following was provoked in response to an article by Daniel Rhodes posted at Epoche Magazine, On Honneth’s Reification, which draws from Axel Honneth’s 2005 Tanner Lectures, Reification: A Recognition-Theoretical View. I recommend the reader to look at both when they have the time. … Continue reading

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Laruelle: Concept-Collider

[The following is my translation of an interview with Francois Laruelle published in February 2015 by Philosophie Magazine, “Je suis un collisionneur de concepts, pas un dialecticien”: “I am a collider of concepts, not a dialectician.” The French transcript can … Continue reading

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