Destroying the old world through revolutionary transgression is often presented in these pages as if it is less an action of gesture than one of language. This, of course, is incorrect, as gesture and language cannot be compartmentalized as homogenous zones of the event. Discourse and action/narrative and behavior are coterminous. If it appears otherwise… Continue Reading
Yesterday I woke up with a recollection at least 10 years old. Time-scaling the processes of thinking gives lie to the image of thought as the instantaneous interplay of representations between corporeal assemblage and mental cognition – some thoughts take 10 years and exhaust the world’s terrains to make themselves known! Marx’s Eighteenth Brumaire, I… Continue Reading
There are those who see subjectification as the impossibility of revolt, and others who see it as the creation of a warfront on every single aspect of life. Some seek shelter in semiocratic slavery; others, however, go to war.
For Homer, Athena is the coming together of every force necessary for heroic action to conquer the moment at hand. She is an ethical approach to life, one unburdened by a necessarily moralistic conformity to Form and Tradition. She is life in all of its glorious natural perfection, in direct opposition to the universal law… Continue Reading
Abandoned Silence Willits + Sakamoto from Ancient Future (12k, 2012)
Drunken Exposition on Imperium Europa On October 30, 2013 Dana Roccapriore hosted me for an episode of his radio show Imperium Europa. Dana asked some familiar questions about my time in Rome and my essays published at Counter-Currents, but also allowed me space to expound upon my current work and its relation to the revolutionary… Continue Reading
A sickness perhaps In the wake of my last paper published by Counter-Currents, a funny thing happened: I needed to get outside, to leave the books and computer, to allow my instincts something beyond toil. I suppose this is only funny in the context of my last paper (“Nietzsche, Physiology, and Transvaluation”), which was an… Continue Reading