Kenneth Johnson schrieb Tue, 7 Oct 2003 14:19:51 -0700:
> well Michael e. i think by last count you're now 3rd from the last here of
> the regulars to lose that virginity consisting in never bashing anyone over
> the head. henk is 4th last before you, calling me a drunk, malcolm, well,
> that's a bit ambiguous, there was one swing at me that if stretched might
> qualify for the 5th before, the only virgins left of the regulars are sweet
> patient spotless anthony and allen too slightly stained to count scult, and
> oh yea, good ol mild mannered clark kent stuart who's been so long absent
> he's at this moment in an unrated supernumerary limbo spot along with jan
> straathof, john forester foster, and bob guevera - oh, hol on, sorry jan, i
> forgot, u'r no supernumerary nor virgin either, can't recall your ranking
> tho, what is it, 12th from last or is that michael p's or rene's spot?
> as anyway as immoralists we're all praying these sparkley clean neophyte
> acolytes someday will finally see the light and rejoin us immoral majority
> in our bashors clubbb. they've no really good excuse, there's a wealth of
> bashees to choose from - -
If you look back in the archives some years, you'll see that I lost my
virginity and lily-white vest long ago. I have trouble suffering fools gladly,
but can usually manage it. Arrogant, close-minded fools, however, raise my ire.
So, until I myself descend into the state of doddering old fool, I indulge my
A Heideggerian like RdB pities me for still being caught in metaphysical
thinking (that's the usual cop-out).
Marxists I know pity me for still being caught in bourgeois idealist thinking.
What's the diff?
Both estimations are rather underestimations.
And both Heideggerians and Marxists don't know at all what to make of my
phenomenology of manliness. Then other labels are applied, like "naive realism"
or "ahistorical" or "not related to women's lives" or "Heidegger jargon" or...
Like Protogoras said, truth is individual (not subjective). Therefore all truth
(and especially the deepest truths) only comes to light among human beings, if
it ever does, through strife and contention. One does not have to be Bruno, who
was burnt at the stake on Campo dei Fiori in Rome, to know that.
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> >> THAT is what shows, Michael. Phenomenology is not naive realism. A
> >>residue of marxism, your best thinking sofar?
> >I can assure you that I have just as much contempt for you. Your abysmal
> >ignorance and arrogance are quite astounding (my intellectual conscience
> >would forbid me such stupidity). Merely a mouthpiece for thinking that has
> >degraded into worldview. Stuck to the Heidegger/E.Juenger regurgitation
> >machine like super-glue, posing in the prophet pose of grand exhortation
> >and historical diagnosis, citing the master ad nauseum without admixture
> >of any thought
> >of your own. You could just as well be a Marxist. You must never have been
> >moved by a genuine philosophical question in all your life. Instead you
> >have found your orientation figures to whom you cling unquestionably.
> >But it's the usual thing, and you are not exceptional, just exceptionally
> >arrogant and exceptionally ignorant From the Marxists I get the converse
> >shit, just have to change the sign from plus to minus or v.v -- including
> >the grand historical pronouncements. It's quite funny.
> >So I must have been doing something right, leaving the fold of believers
> >way behind who have found their respective totalizing ideological homes.
> >> was a delightful interchange of influence in their eyes, and what
> >>they said had that superfluity of meaning for them, which is observable
> >>with some sense of flatness by a third person. ...
> >> Even the points it [the gossamer web of young love-making] clings to -
> >>the things whence its subtle interlacings are scarcely perceptible;
> >>momentary touches of finger-tips, meetings of rays from blue and dark
> >>orbs, unfinished phrases, lightest changes of cheek and lip, faintest
> >>tremors." (George Eliot, Middlemarch Chaps. 27, 36)
> >> More in my lectures at http://www.mitdasein.com
> >> I say what i say every day here. Can't you do it once?
> >> By artefact text and translation from rene
> >> >
> >> >
> >> > rene
> >> >
> >> > Ajax-Celtic 2-0 (1975)
> >> >
> >> i say Irish, and they say: we're better. We're the best. But one cannot
> >>get away with it, i know this
> >> too well now, in fact it is not innocent, it's really horrible. David
> >>Lynch! Entartete Kunst!
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