Schlagwort: pluralism

Charles I versus Oliver Cromwell versus ‚The‘ Levellers

Religion (as phenomenon and societally always in plural) and for example Monarchy ameliorate truth with literary lifestyle and grandeur and fantasy.
Secularism in some aspects soberises life to a nonbearable soberness/lack of fantasy and other things, which are also constitutive (and platonically timeless) elements of the plural human composition in a plural Existence.


The political can be interpreted as a great perpetual stage play (noncoherent etc. theatre) that is not meaningful as such or in-it’self’*. But it’s (maybe) something that enables the perception of pluralistic and not pre-fixated/structurised moments, things, compositions, siutations or other phenomena. The zero-sum or otherwise empty theatre of social fixations like friend/enemy-constructions, good/evil-ascriptions, „moral“ hybris and pretentious „self“-construction-by-and-with-aggrandisement etc. in a relativity-construction (and regularlry with a group-construction) as for example: „We“ are better than „them“, „I“ am better than „you“, „our“ ideology is better than „yours“ and perpetually so forth.

It thus may be for example metaphoric and on the level of constructions and patterns: A frame, an energy structuration/channeling, a contingent but effective structuration that enables human beings to see things beside that contingent frame. To have a reference frame where to put the need for structure and order and „reliability“. And (‚then’/parallel) — sensing/intuiting/knowing/etc. the contingency and nonbasicness of every such particularistically** constructed frame — to perceive things besides this theatre.


* Structurally: Empty.
Asymmetric (post)structurally: Perpetual delay/shift of realisation (because Emptyness or other state of [not]being).
Individually: exist no de-individualised constructions.