Tuesday, August 27, 2002
Life and theory: how does it work again? Oh yeah, life comes from non-mediation. Theory can either be meaningless abstraction or it can be an informative description of non-mediated life, and as part of that make it clear to all those involved that it's only a rough description of things that are actually transpiring in the world. The best way to experience the world is to drop out of culture, to go to Croaton just like the settlers at Roanoke. Once you've gone there, then we can talk. There's not much I can say anymore that'll have any relevance to people who retain some sort of attachment to mainstream culture. There's been just too many years, too much history under the bridge, too far a journey from anything called socially acceptable for my point of view to have anything to do with those who take what's presented to them seriously. We are all Hyperboreans here, as Nietzsche wrote. And Hyperboreans have no need to communicate with each other like this.
Posted by John Madziarczyk at 9:03 AM