Category Archives: philosophy

Benedict De Spinoza

III. P53 Ethics, 1677 & Agnes Martin, Praise, 1976

Benedict De Spinoza

III. P53 Ethics, 1677 & Agnes Martin, Praise, 1976

Benedict De Spinoza

excerpt from Ethics, and a few threads extending into future thought

Benedict De Spinoza

excerpt from Ethics, and a few threads extending into future thought

Benedict De Spinoza

P2, part III. Of the Affects, Ethics, 1677

Benedict De Spinoza

P2, part III. Of the Affects, Ethics, 1677

Benedict de Spinoza

P40, part II. Of the Mind, Ethics, 1677

Benedict de Spinoza

P40, part II. Of the Mind, Ethics, 1677

Gilles Deleuze

(Pages 3-4)”The best society, then, will be one that exempts the power of thinking from the obligation to obey, and takes care, in its own interest, not to subject thought to the rule of the state, which only applies to actions.”

Gilles Deleuze

(Pages 3-4)”The best society, then, will be one that exempts the power of thinking from the obligation to obey, and takes care, in its own interest, not to subject thought to the rule of the state, which only applies to actions.”

a fool’s errand

the impossibility & simplicity of beginning

a fool’s errand

the impossibility & simplicity of beginning

Unearthing hidden potentiality

Anselm Kiefer’s The Women of the Revolution, with a quote from Žižek on Benjamin’s Marxist historiography

Unearthing hidden potentiality

Anselm Kiefer’s The Women of the Revolution, with a quote from Žižek on Benjamin’s Marxist historiography

On Courage (Kierkegaard & Žižek)

routes toward courage, Kierkegaard & Žižek

On Courage (Kierkegaard & Žižek)

routes toward courage, Kierkegaard & Žižek

Joseph Beuys – How to Explain Pictures to a Dead Hare

“human beings can communicate with beings which are above their short-term, purely intellectual understanding”

Joseph Beuys – How to Explain Pictures to a Dead Hare

“human beings can communicate with beings which are above their short-term, purely intellectual understanding”

Deleuze, Artaud – thought without image

excerpt from Difference & Repetition – Deleuze interacting with Artaud & a painting by Anselm Kiefer

Deleuze, Artaud – thought without image

excerpt from Difference & Repetition – Deleuze interacting with Artaud & a painting by Anselm Kiefer