‘The Radical Question of Beauty’

“Theology’s interruption of the ‘history of nihilism’ was philosophy’s redemption, it’s healing, the fullest possible deepening of it’s openness to being, and indeed the infinite increase of it highest Eros. Within the environs of Christianity’s  narrative – Trinity, creation, Divine incarnation – the language of beauty could not but become even more important, and theContinue reading “‘The Radical Question of Beauty’”

The Anarchic Prodigality of Love

The World is a Catastrophe Moloch, Moloch everywhere. Ginsberg, you prophet in the wilderness. Ginsberg, who would also say, This is the one and the only firmament; therefore it is the absolute world. There is no other world. The circle is complete. I am living in Eternity. The ways of this world are the waysContinue reading “The Anarchic Prodigality of Love”

Nietzsche is Dead

“In the beginning was violence, according to Nietzsche – violence that was celebrated by the pagan virtues.8 Nietzsche and neo-Nietzscheans perceive reality as anarchy that cannot be controlled except by subjecting it to “the will to power” in one way or another.9 Nietzsche’s perception dictates that violence must be the master of us all andContinue reading “Nietzsche is Dead”

Speculations on Anonymous Materials

  presentation by Iain Hamilton Grant – “The Speculations on Anonymous Materials symposium brings together different approaches in philosophy, which in their own way all aim to go beyond modern and postmodern thinking. The symposium is based on the following hypothesis: The fundamental technological, scientific and socio-political changes at the beginning of the 21st centuryContinue reading “Speculations on Anonymous Materials”

Site for Indwelling

“Site for Indwelling” latex, oil, foam, polyurethane, wood, beach grass, tar, soil, mirror dimensions: roughly 6’x6′ at Fieldwork    

Latour’s Lecture “The Anthropocene and the Destruction of the Image of the Globe”

This is lecture 4 of Latour’s Gifford Lectures. The paradox of what is called “globalization” is that there is no “global globe” to hold the multitude of concerns that have to be assembled to replace the “politics of nature” of former periods. What are the instruments —always local and partial— that are sensitive enough toContinue reading “Latour’s Lecture “The Anthropocene and the Destruction of the Image of the Globe””