“in alten Fahrwassern”

Andreas Kirchner schreibt im vorigen Beitrag über die Geschichtspflege in der Philosophie. Zeitgleich ist die letzte Ausgabe von Information Philosophie erschienen, in der Konrad Liessmann den Hauptessay beisteuert. Die “Information Philosophie” ist (sympathischer Weise) so unzeitgemäß, dass sie (im Moment) noch nicht einmal das Inhaltsverzeichnis am Netz hat. Der Titel des Aufsatzes sei verraten: “Vom […]

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A Fusion of Horizons?

Andreas Kirchner proposes some guidlines concerning the hermeneutic problems raised by Alain Badiou’s philosophical procedures. He has a suggestive way to describe what a (supposed) inconsistency found in a given text does: it triggers a plan B on part of the reader who supposedly wanted to “consume” the text “as is”. Now, there can be […]

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The Matheme of the Event

I am a fan of the (probably hermeneutic) idea that if one aims to write an adequate critics/response of a text, one needs to initially assume that the text, this crude and crazy production of thought – is actually adequate. Let’s undertake this apparently naive experiment, that everything written in the text in front of […]

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