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One finally manifestks the joke that is the ego. To him, the idea that everything just changes form, so there is really no death, is a fraud. Does this mean that we should give up all of our desires, passions, and powerful feelings? The Region, like the Dao, is vague. The Phantom of Liberty. This is, of course, its beauty. Psycho-Logic even knocked him off Ego center. Techno-Logic, the enshrinement of Truth.
By seeking to capture desire and then to direct and channel it in manifestso with the demands of Power. She is the auditor made in Heaven!
The old world of hard work and production is not dead. And what kind of buffoon manifestow to try to hold on to fire? For the Region, there is no Church. Some members of the Green movement seem to suggest that our function is to make that system less ecologically destructive, more humane, more democratic, less violent, etc.
Still the power companies build their nuclear plants along the River. He would be appalled at the idea of managing in an amiable, frugal, and self-effacing way an irresponsible, destructive enterprise that promotes material accumulation, waste and pollution, social inequality, and status-seeking.
Pre-Ancientism is a critique of the illusions of centrism. The masses on whose subservience it depends are incapable of either the banal cruelties or the paroxysms of horror that define the monster.
Utopia in this sense is an abstract idea, a closed system, a weapon to use against the unenlightened or evil forces of resistance. We are Bioregionalists only if we are Regionalists. For he might have added that if the world stopped wasting its time on manifesto of monkey-training, a few more acorns might grow into magnificent oak trees!
Nietzsche does, and even seeks to understand their feelings! Rorty on the Book Cover.
Desire that we have some self that is not us. And we must search the shadows for those other utopias that have been eclipsed.
But Biomass instead of Bucks. Rorty on the Real World.
The politics of the inorganic, of disorientation, of placelessness, of necrophilia. Their oppositional perspective comes to absorb their entire being. Capital requires scarce resources, but the Region is superabundance and has no resources. The stridency and severity of the early modern attack on imagination is striking.
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They are not systematic. From this powerfully precarious position it affirms the logic of the absurd and the absurdity of all logics, the metaphysics of physicality and the physicality of all metaphysics. And at the same time, androgynous. The Philosopher in the City of Flayed Skins.
And quite appropriately and ironically this Nietzsche emerges precisely through the dismembering of the Nietzschean corpus. Regions follow Geo-Logic, and move in Geo-Logical time. Nothing is beyond the pale. The more we claim credit and recognition, the less we deserve it.
The Surre(gion)alist Manifesto and Other Writings
Post-Mortemism, can thus, as the expression of an absolute spirit of negation, validly present itself as the most radical form of manifrstos Anarchy. They look upon the wild with a cruel and rapacious eye.
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Maria Announces His Arrival. Does he leave stains? Where is the Region, anyway?
He was terrified that the philosopher might corrupt the youth of his little polis. Fierce loyalty to the truth of experience and of things themselves.