General discussion

continuing conversation from can we live as anarchists

sir einzige, once again, it seems we are on a 'similar page'

as stirner says, in the same vein as nietzsche;

"[F]or 'being' is abstraction, as is even 'the I'. Only I am not abstraction alone: I am all in all, consequently, even abstraction or nothing: I am all and nothing; ...." -- Max Stirner

how can we talk about 'living real lives' as 'anarchists' without exploring such assumptions on 'being/becoming'?

continuing conversation from anarchist projects in relationship

do anarchists exist? or is anarchism a relational process?

the following question posed in the article recapitulates a classical problem in logic (circular reasoning);

"If we want a world where there are lots of different kinds of anarchist voices, where people can disagree with each other without hating each other, if we assume that there is room for lots of different kinds of anarchist projects, how do we operate differently?"

continuing from anarchist fiction and futures

no future, no past, only the transforming present

re the question;

"How do scientific visions of the future, such as those presented by global warming theorists, or Christian-based apocalyptic visions of the future differ from a potentially anarchist vision of what may lie ahead?"

there is no future and no past. these are the artefacts of semantic reality fashioned by noun-and-verb language-and grammar. semantic reality includes all sorts of stuff that we are told; i.e. that is beyond the physical reality of our actual, natural, relational experience.

continuing conversation from notes on manarchism

another category in a culture addicted to belief in categories

Western civilization, by putting binary reason and binary morality into an unnatural precedence over intuition and balancing/harmonizing, constructs categories wherein the general rules over the particular. the general is a collection of common properties that defines the member of the set (category) so that one need not bother with the particularity that comes from one's unique web of relationships within the transforming relational continuum.

continuing conversation from a reintroduction and some thoughts

how language is shaping social dynamics is important inquiry

your inquiry into the influence of language and definitions on public policy has the potential to deliver valuable insights. philosophical writings like those of Nietzsche in 'Twilight of the Idols' and related works can be very informing; e.g. on the issue of defining terrorism, as you have already pointed out;

continuing from topic of the week: no tech solutions

with regard to your questions about nouns and verbs;

re your question;

1. Do verbs have any meaning without nouns.

‘Semantic reality’ is at attempt to give intellectual representation to the physical reality of our natural experience. In a world that is given only once, as a transforming relational continuum (Mach, Nietzsche, Schroedinger), there are only relations; e.g. energy relations as in ‘field’;