Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Comments on the ”Long Run’, or the now-extinct Germanish thought 

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(now-extinct, just as is the thought of the Latini and the Athenian Greek)

It should be noted that the current professoriate, if it did not say something sensible, would discredit itself with its intelligent students. But that does not mean that what it says has anything to do with the German philosophy, of which, as Arendt says, it has no “inkling”. So when it uses, e.g., Kant, for the parts, it says something, though it has no knowledge of Kant. Not what directed and guided Kant. It is the most corrupt incompetence if its goal is to speak of Kant, but it says what is sensible in its own region. Through a abstractedly posited reception of the terms of the texts of Kant. With Kant what mattered was asking about the core of nature, in a scientific manner. With the Professoriate, what counts, is making a rule for what is called morals, where morals are thought as non-scientific. Everyone knows what the scientific is, and yet, when the new science comes forward, the science of causality will become what is obviated. As the science of morals is not longer ‘inkled’.  But this ‘inkled’ thing was the knowledge of what was most pertinent to the life of what shown out of what had no logos, what wasn’t.

Phenomenological Centers:

The miraculous challenge of life is the sensorium, as what is reality. The first struggle is the grand koine. The essentiality of the thing, as what is immediately seen, anschauen, intuited, the eidos when it is simply ‘the look’. The species as what comes forward as the reality of the ‘evil’ which breaks with the coming-to-be inward. The situation then sits in the ground of what comes to a lengthy standstill, when the settled condition responds in a repetition of eternally valid sensations which are objects as what sits there in the reality. 

This is a commentary on the now-extinct, worlds. The paragraph above says something about what a now-extinct world is understood to be. The Philosophy of the Ultimate, presupposes the question-worthy question: how far do they exist and how far do they not exist? How far are they construal or notional, and how far does the Grund let the reasoning of them live? One is likely to contemn the question: what is the past? Since it is so trivial. It has often been litigated by philosophers, but still waits to be thought into the opening of what is adequate to the ultimate. 


ὁ δὲ ἀνεξέταστος βίος οὐ βιωτὸς ἀνθρώπῳ

The book of Plato with the name Socrates,  despite the beautiful translation of the classicist Jowett, says nothing of the kind that is commonly promulgated. The unseeking life is not human, anthropoi, not a human’s? Does anexetastos, a word like a-moral, remind us of the analysis of Adorno and Horkheimer, about the dialectic of the Worlds? With reference to Odyssey and the cyclops. Not at all. Socrates is the first to say what the human is. We have to understand what he says, falsely, through the existential threshold of the definitions, which are copies of his. Definitions not as words, but as saying what the True world is, in reading it. In bringing it to us, Truly.  

Seeking, strictly speaking, means a goal is already prefigured. In this case, the knowledge of not knowing, given by Apollo, to Socrates. Better than “given”, since it did not merely appear or emerge, is to say, the inducement was given. What is given is there. Then the Denken that is close to Danken is the prayer: ὁ δὲ ἀνεξέταστος βίος οὐ βιωτὸς ἀνθρώπῳ. The extraordinary popularity of the saying of Jowett, who is no philosopher, but a beautiful speaker, a classist, is very right in that let the word worthy, which is nowhere in the Greek world known, come into this world. Supposedly the privileged awareness is the moment when something worthy comes forward. The insight. Yet, this is the pollution of the enchainment to the sentimental, as the counterblow of the wish and the desire. A desire might not be wished for, but rejected, a wish might find no solid ground. 

One can not stay with Jowett. Socrates is the first to say what the human is, but he makes the tendentious drive run very deeply. It is the drive to knowledge. In one incident of the literature one of the sons of Socrates complains to his father about Xanthippe, his mother, she is a fishmonger, a nag, she is running the boy down. Socrates asks his son, do not actors in the theatre abuse each other, as your mother abuses you? The son: But they do not mean it! And does your mother mean it? The notion of what is “meant” is linked to knowing, whoever does not really know what they do can not mean what they say. Yet, Socrates says, I know that if one who was better than me were to show the way, I should follow. The better man is, at one point, in the Apology of Socrates rent forth, set up as the measure. And then, playing the better man, the definition is given which says he is no man who is not searching. And the searching is qualified, it is the ascent from the knowing, as acting, to the Truth. 

Since causality is already in the bare divination, or acting, it is the subject matter that is “not known”, when the truth of it comes out, in the Enlightenment, it is only the acting Truth. A woman with red hair is not all women, since one can always come across one with blue or green hair. A body that is not extended in space is no body, and one need not wait to see if one comes across one. Yet, a coming forth or event, that has no cause, though it need never come forth, is not against the logos. Again: cause could always be what is expected, as by conditioning, at the primitive dawn, which itself brings humans to be. But as humans. Thus, the human is no human. But it is what is brought forth of what has of itself come to the logos, as the Laws that overtake poiesis. 

But, Ionesco says, given in the paraphrase: I fall to embarrassment, I hide, I want to say something serious, but I cower, seeing that it becomes words, the cliche, that it does not say what the human is. They go back to business as usual... They watch the words as one watches Syrians and Russians kill Syrians and and Muslims... as though waiting for further chances to be edified.

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