Category Archives: Negation

Appendix to Repetition

Appendix A The following occurred one afternoon years after my letters to Paul. We had just arrived at a bed and breakfast in Iceland. Signs of the financial crisis littered the sea-ports. Men carried signs, ‘Fish or Algorithms for Food.’

Appendix to Repetition

Appendix A The following occurred one afternoon years after my letters to Paul. We had just arrived at a bed and breakfast in Iceland. Signs of the financial crisis littered the sea-ports. Men carried signs, ‘Fish or Algorithms for Food.’

Sides to Infinity

‘I think this, I think that, wah wa boo hoo,’ Paul infuriates, ‘come on!’ Paul is so angry his fists are white. I can see his hands melting like noodles in water. ‘Everyone wastes their time!’ Paul sits, then stands.

Sides to Infinity

‘I think this, I think that, wah wa boo hoo,’ Paul infuriates, ‘come on!’ Paul is so angry his fists are white. I can see his hands melting like noodles in water. ‘Everyone wastes their time!’ Paul sits, then stands.

Here, over here, Being

…┬ápure being is not an immediacy, but something to which negation and mediation are essential; Phenomenology of Spirit. Hegel. ‘My insides warm with words like the sun,’ Paul tickles himself, ‘my insides warm the sun.’

Here, over here, Being

…┬ápure being is not an immediacy, but something to which negation and mediation are essential; Phenomenology of Spirit. Hegel. ‘My insides warm with words like the sun,’ Paul tickles himself, ‘my insides warm the sun.’