Sunday, January 6, 2013

Disenchantment

Not every image merely-necessarily represents itself to a subjectivity. Not every subjectivity merely-necessarily represents itself to itself in order to form an identity. Not every thing merely-necessarily becomes object represented upon the screen of history, culture, language, myth, et cetera to one standing apart from, against. Becoming disenchants, disarticulates, and unhinges such subject-object identifications.

He hasn't written resolutions, but if he were to, those resolutions would include

  • to heed the truth of the above passage: to relearn becoming; and
  • to identify less with his body and more with his mind.

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