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Chapter 20.Telepathy – Not Knowledge, Non-Knowledge neither

What is that, that one writes on his/her own? If one only writes about other writings, does he/she write at all? Or is she/he just an operator, programmed to re-write and therefore re-announce the written text of others, maybe the O/other? And if, as in the case of Jacques Derrida, that one does not work […]

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Chapter 19. The ghost on radio. The Weeknd’s Dawn FM

On The Weeknd’s newest album Dawn FM we can hear Jim Carry’s voice speaking as a DJ of an imagined radio station. It starts with him saying:  “You are now listening to 103.5 Dawn FM. You’ve been in the dark for way too long. It’s time to walk into the light and accept your fate with open arms. Scared? […]

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Chapter 5. Subject-disoriented ontology

For hermeneutics the human male subject is the first actor to read, think and write. It is a complete and perfect loop of production and reception1. Therefore, dark hermeneutics as an object-oriented deconstructive technique of reading, thinking, and writing, as inhale, gap, exhale metaphorized, has to have a dis-oriented subject, or not a subject at […]

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Chapter 4. Misfitting together – The gap between inhale and exhale

Regarding OOO one might understand every text/artwork as an object. This object reveals its appearance alluding other objects in getting in touch, communicate or interpret the object. But neither the object nor the other object will get a hold on the essence, which is withdrawn. So far so clear: this is the way Harman or […]

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Chapter 3. Breathing as diffraction – “reading diffractively”

Allow me to quote Evelien Geerts and Iris van der Tuin’s entry about diffraction1. They start with the classical physics aiming at the difference Karen Barad puts into the term:  “According to classical physics, diffraction is a physical phenomenon that comes into being when a multitude of waves encounter an obstacle upon their path, and/or […]

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