Nineteenth-century “bourgeois” society—and it is doubtless still with us—was a society of blatant and fragmented perversion. And this was not by way of hypocrisy, for nothing was more manifest and more prolix, or more manifestly taken over by discourses and institutions. 203 more words
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First–WHAT UP NSA?! TGIF?
Aite. Holla then.
I cannot actually remember being this politically heartbroken since 9/11, when I was safely ensconced in Lexington, KY. I sobbed through social studies both for the tragedy itself and my shattered faith in America’s total security. 1,009 more words
For it is only in the Dionysian mysteries, in the psychology of the Dionysian state, that the basic fact of the Hellenistic instinct finds expression—its “will to life.” What was it that the Hellene guaranteed himself by means of these mysteries? 425 more words
It’s not that I view the environment as being unimportant. Rather, I see the problem arising elsewhere, in the fundamental stupidity of human beings. Environmentalism overlooks the essential problem, which is this very tendency to use global problems to manipulate a nearly-inert mass of democratic afterthoughts.
On equality.—In this narrative, recently rediscovered by Muahahaha himself, relevance is assigned to the largest cultures, nations and knowledge systems only because they add the final touch to the images of their power, the brushstroke that establishes unity with the Earth, the Universe, and the Imaginations of people everywhere. 32 more words