The Rule of Metaphor

Philosophical discourse is itself just one discourse among others, and its claim to truth excludes it from the sphere of power.

Philosophy was never in a position either to destroy rhetoric or to absorb it. Philosophy did not create the arenas – tribunal, political assembly, public contest – in which oratory holds sway, nor can philosophy undertake to suppress them. Philosophical discourse is itself just one discourse among others, and its claim to truth excludes it from the sphere of power. Thus, if it uses just the means that are properly its own, philosophy cannot break the ties between discourse and power.

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The Psyop Writer

Collections of experiments leading to successes stuffed into large envelops, stacks of notes, and external drives filled with creations — they’re all over the house, the attic, under my nose when sleep crushes me prone.

Collections of experiments leading to successes stuffed into large envelops, stacks of notes, and external drives filled with creations — they’re all over the house, the attic, under my nose when sleep crushes me prone. This will be the place I pull them together, and Continue reading “The Psyop Writer”