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An Introduction to the Cybernetic Science Non-Fiction of Contemporary Geopolitics \ Mohammad Salemy

Mohammad Salemy:
This text is an experiment with a speculative form which is neither as “objective” as science, nor as subjective as science-fiction. ‘Science non-fiction’ is not just a neologism. 435 more words

The Poememenon: Form as Occult Technology | Amy Ireland

“Hyperstition is the real truth of philosophy—if not the basic, horrific form of reality itself” – Amy Ireland

The folks at Urbanomic regularly put out compelling essays that are both timely and challenging.
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Cyclonopedia, Note Quote

From Cyclonopedia, Reza says on page 53, which leaves one pondering over either the ontologically reductionist continuity, or a gnomic sense of bewilderment in whatever I ever got to learn about quantum mechanics. 96 more words


Conjectures of Capitalism and Organic Necrocracy, RN

Following a reading of Freud and Deleuze in their use of death drive, Reza Negarestani tells us that capitalism forges an inhuman model that “weds the concrete economy of human life to a cosmos where… 114 more words


000 Towards the initial commitment

I am working on a train of thought, entitled Crossing and Falling, across asymmetrical movements for elaborating on the ‘initial commitment’ that took me towards the idea of… 267 more words

Why The Navigation Principle (NP)

The Navigation Principle (NP) is a writing platform, conceptual diary and working journal on art, (geo-)politics, vocabularies and spatialities.

The principle of navigation states that our mode of thinking continuously moves between knowing and not-knowing in a spatial composite made of layers such as life, academia, technologies, the art of making and political/social struggle. 498 more words