Philosophy of the Keexzus, No. 14: Language as Alive

Philosophy of the Keexzus, No. 14: Language as Alive

[first appeared on Santanerozine.com on December 22, 2014]

Scroll right. Scroll left. Lift your eyes away from center. Believe fully in what you Believe. Is what drives you based on, say, compassion or destruction? Are your Beliefs and actions based on compassion or destruction? –identification with form, with structure, with particular institutions, –understanding of existing material institutions, through which lens does one view it from? What is compassion? What is the essence of life? IF one could only literally and structurally write in circles. If one could only and truly have the courage of an Ezra Pound or Dostoevsky or Franz. I’ll admit. I’ll admit, I will refute the Philosophy of the Keexzus x or y or whatever the number is in a future Philosophy of the Keexzus. It is important to create revolutionary ideas. For some it is important to believe in god. Please do not identify with compassion or destruction alone, one vain declining identification is not necessarily complete dismissal of ideological form for practical purposes. The practice exists. Pretend Hegel, Baudrillard, Spinoza, Heidegger, Wittgenstein, Derrida and fucking Zizek are connected in some Spiritual Way. Why is the connection? Why is the responsibility for any writer to exist only in the medium and decrepit tool he wishes to utilize he also wishes to pulverize? Why is there form? Why rests there responsibility of writers to break away from always already established cultural narratives? How many times must we read the fucking New Yorker? There exists and resides and basks the coordinating narrative between language between times between structures between ideologies. At first, let us throw general labels and ideological lines. Let’s begin at one, at zero: a writer must view language as Alive

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