General Philosophy Discussion

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General Philosophy Discussion

Believe it or don't believe it, but some people think all of the philosophy discussion in the comments section is just a whole lot of meta-blah-blah. Some posted content may be more philosophical than others, but expounding a philosophical perspective contra the posted content is wrong and evil. Evil and wrong = ignorance of forum!

This one time, I was doing-conversation with emile in the comments section and the formatting of our responses to each other made me quit! I don't want to be a quitter because quitting is ignorance of forum.

Here's a big general: what are the epistemological and/or metaphysical foundations for the decisions you make that you consider anarchist decisions?

Sir Einzige
Well for me Anything going

Well for me Anything going back to Heraclitus(pre Socratics) and a Taoist to Zen Ancient framework. The more modern would be Stirner and Nietzsche to be primary. Former for an orientational framework, the latter for an epistemic.

When it comes to the pomo/post-structuralist stuff, my general view is to get Marx and Freud out of the analysis(both are reductionists) and replace them with Stirner and Jung. It would make for a change of language and analysis more conducive to anarchic thinking and overall less wrong.

That's my opening salvo for now.

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