Schlagwort: existential praxis

Paul Feyerabend: Killing Time

Dillon – killing time


Parallelism: We have no interpenetration, we have interpretation. It’s precious if you’re resounding with it — in one or more of your singular aspects that your consciousness is re-constructing as your subjectness, out of the singular things you perceive in some way before-conscious interpretation.

A kind of social(-)liberal

An individual* said: I make my art in, towards, for and against existence, or I try to check and balance powers and energies.

The first is singulary and possibly meeting other singularities.

The second is (the and a) subjective perspective and stance
on combinations of subjective angles, situations and larger narrative constructions based on the meetings of singularities in the social realm.

The social realm as maybe an indirect level where takes ‚place‘: the non-wholly meeting of subjective consciousnesses in moments and situations. And the inter-subjectively (and multiphrenely) communicated non-basic (less basic than the singularity of compositions of individual things) narratives. Narratives are/as more or less ontologically deep and epistemologically: subjectively intensely received/more or less strongly resembling and resounding in the different subjects (summarised for example as ‚characters‘).

* An individual person who in this story is an individually composed subjective consciousness-in-moments and a pluralistic & non-wholly reconstruction of sequences of moments/narrative combination of different ‚past moments‘.

Big state, contradictive government, and the search for individualist praxis in political culture, landscapes/geographies and metaphoric villages and towns.

The lifeart of being, in the structur(al)ising/hierarchising realm of politics -> Individualist-Fragmentary-Essentialist praxis instead of hierarchically-reliably-security-(more or less effectively)-pretending (simulating? with more or less bugs?) structured identity games.

It’s better to be tired of all the societal,
and other or less: social (person to person, concrete contexts),
shows we can watch and are shunt to take part (or get on the—more or less interesting, lonely and socio-financially more insecure—sidetracks).
Than to be angry in a generalised way. And move (ourselves and get moved) away from our ability to differentiate.

I personally can energise, or more likely get energised, when I experience seriously nice or beautiful moments. And then, when tiredness is gone for a while, or less, I try to pratice some human potential again. Or at least I try to try. Hm.