An insult was needed because the receiver was lacking life-force. The offer is a form of deterritorialized space that mitigates the flows of life-force. Life is inherently suffering. Existentialists would claim that a life well lived is a life worthy of living. In other words, an affirmed life. This gives life the paradoxical property of … Continue reading The Fascism of Everyday life
The libedo injects into the general economy using drives that depends on matching principle. The matching principle works by connecting product with value. This matching principle tends towards an equilibrium whereby currency losses it’s ambiguous status. The connections distributes (externalizes) the molecular forces to the molar aggregate of the socius. Subjects are now matched as … Continue reading From confidence to hubris
How do you craft the perfect insult? What we are really asking is how can we make someone hurt themselves? It’s self-defeating to insist that someone caused another to feel insulted. The best insult merely exists as a way to be present when one’s enemy stand underneath their will. Their will-to-power or will-to-truth crushes them. … Continue reading How to be insulted – Deleuze and Bataille series
What has happened to introversion? Has it become a commodity? A social commodity? A way for people to retrate back to their holes when they are tired of the constant demands of society? Notice how everyone from ambiverts to extroverts say things like, “I love to be around people when I get to know them… … Continue reading Shyness
There are curious similarities between Bataille’s formation of the General Economy and Deleuze’s territorial representation that comes from the historical movement of the Barbaric to the imperial. This “progressive” movement requires an overcoding in the heterogenous direction. For Deleuze and Guatarri, Capitalism presents a downward direction back towards the Barbaric. The “upward” movement is a … Continue reading Similarities between Bataille and Deleuze’s heterogenous elements.
The discharged ex-NAVY SEAL and a gambling addict Dan Bilzerian became the role model to every young boy with a social media account. Dan claims that he made his fortune by two lucky poker bets but his critics point out to the inherited wealth given to him by his parents. The main talking points for … Continue reading The Species of Excess
This is the classic public freak-out scenario of the customer-worker confrontation. The immediate intuition of a public freakout is that it’s a socially acceptable way to purge frustrations out into an open, public space. What isn’t so obvious are the ways psychic repression reinvests itself back into the social fabric caused by conditioning global figures … Continue reading Essay 3. The Public Freakout
In a forensic investigation, interrogators use mental exhaustion to get suspects to confess. Lying takes a considerable amount of effort and it can only be sustained for a while. Interrogators use this strategy to get the suspects to surrender their front. In order to deal with lying, interrogators would place a suspect in a position … Continue reading Societies of control and mental exhaustion
Insults occur everywhere but non has the distasteful tone of a freakout than in service level jobs. An insult happens when the victim is placed in a double bind. There is a curious fascism that is counter produced after instructing the victim to be grateful. For what. Grateful for having his feelings hurt because it … Continue reading Why Public Freakouts occur in service jobs
On occasion people will speak to somebody in a distasteful tone that insinuates conflict. One such tone is achieved by speaking condescending. The condescending speaker speaks as if he’s coming from a higher place. The listener refuses to accept his position as lower, thus brewing up conflict. Speaking in a patronizing manner is another example. … Continue reading Condescending vs. Patronizing tones in Capitalistic Spaces: Insults are Under Attack
Roosh V made a sudden right turn one day after coming to a realization that his pick-up days was over. He betrayed his audience in the bad sense… turning into a fundamentalist christian, replacing his audience almost overnight.
Bracing is understood psychological. Revenge positions lack as reasons to attaining it. And when one finally attains it, they don’t desire revenge anymore. Desire immediately dissipates after the brace. The final efforts was all in vain! Although this is perfectly sound, the implication says that there’s an immediate winner and an immediate looser. Here is … Continue reading The Brace
Trying to “fix” shyness? Shyness has lost its appeal and it’s understandable. The world is fast-paced and it’s progressively accelerating. Some common questions come up like, where should it fit into the picture of utility? How does shyness help build the world we live in? Shyness is often compared to being coy or innocent. In … Continue reading Shyness
How would a person go through the world with his insides exposed. He is that kind of person that would be considered paranoid. It would be better to understand it in terms of Schizophrenia. In the clinical sense, the schizophrenic would be someone that, for example, look out for electrical power lines and feel like … Continue reading The Despotic Entrepreneur: Vitale broker
One can vanish in a concealed fashion (Heidegger). We exists twice removed. That is, we present ourselves to ourselves but through another person. Understandably, we might want to vanish from the mind of the other. How would we judge normative statuses? How would civilization exist without understanding what is normal? We judge ourselves by recognizing … Continue reading Vanishing as life-denying.
We will describe the main ideas involving the 4 insults that occur. Public Freakouts Alliance insults Outrage culture And workplace reprimands Public Freakouts Public Freakouts are confrontations between two strangers, non-politicized. Here, the miraculating-machine function between disjunctions and thus, the limit lies here – where the schizo lives and it become the greatest stressor. The … Continue reading The Insults
It is generally thought that the person who instigates a confrontation automatically losses the confrontation. We might say that it’s because the instigator has a “vigilantism” to him. We might say that he’s betting on someone to be in the wrong place, at the wrong time, messing with the wrong person. Many would say that … Continue reading The feeling of insulting: how to be left shortchanged
An insult has occurred. When a subject is said to be in a state of enjoyment, it is because flows of enjoyment passes through him. An-Other appears to take that enjoyment away from the subject. A duel between the both subjects marks the beginning of the insult. The subjected is that which enjoyment flows out … Continue reading From Enjoyment to Desire
It’s become stunningly clear what a debate is about. A debate is not about “its contents”. It’s not even about debates itself. How each character got to the podium is a story of its own worth investigating. Watching the debate with on Zero Book’s channel with Matthew McManus and Stefan Molyneux made me realize that … Continue reading On debates
As of right now, loneliness is depoliticized. Unfortunately, there will be a time when loneliness will not longer be a ‘thing’ that presents ourselves from time to time but a thing to be solved. When this happens, the novelty of the universe will forever leave the human being. Death is very much politicized. Health care … Continue reading The Death of Loneliness, how Freakout Culture politicises loneliness.
We are witnessing an explosion of freak-outs on social media. Has it always been this way? Has social media, particularly the live-feed apps, reveal to us an unfortunate nature of human beings. Or does it exacerbate it by engaging in feedback loops where the viewer gets ready in so someday, find themselves participating in an … Continue reading Freakout Culture
From handicaps finding an audience to millennial celebrities, Tik Tok is the platform for hyper-categorization (categories of categories of categories of popular culture). The reason why it’s so cringy is because you can find a community of already established Chicanos of the 1990’s urbano movement and anime weeaboos that come together and create a hybrid. … Continue reading Tik Tok and the Disjunctive Synthesis of Recording
We all fantasize about novel things. Yes we get those occasional lustful fantasies from both man and women, For men, they are those passionate sex scene with that girl we’ve been thinking about (if your not gay). For the most part, we fantasize about our immortalization in the symbolic realm. What distinguishes fantasy from desire? … Continue reading Fantasy
We all praise scientists. History says science progresses human society the longer we keep doing it. Scientists attribute the qualitative aspect of forces to its own identity and label it quantitative force. How? By measuring the world, piecing it and partialize it. Yes it is necessary to measure, scrutinize, and experiment. I would say it … Continue reading Qualitative vs. Quantitative forces
Several criticisms of Nietzsche tend to go for the psychological or moral side of his philosophy. His critics attack him the basis of “he thinks he is better than everyone else because he understands this or that…” This can not be further from the truth. Even some historians pointed out that Nietzsche’s psychotic breakdown period … Continue reading Nietzsche’s Naive and Narrative Interpretation
The parts of life worth living are cowardly movements that crawl under subterranean battlegrounds. That’s why living life to the fullest is cowardly at it’s core – one always takes advantage of another soul’s flow of life-force. I’ve said that the life-force is the life one takes away from someone else’s “soul” in order to … Continue reading Some notes on the Life-force
Stephen Jenkinson is a modern day sage for the youth. He works in palliative care counselling the elderly on dying in their last few moments of life left. The profession of preparing old people to die has levels of condescension to it. (So you mean to tell me that the undying can give advice to … Continue reading The Death Gaze
Every continent’s life expectancy goes up with growing capital. The statistics for Asia sticks out the most as Asia’s economy exploded. In lifestyle, technology, and standard of living, Asia (particularly China) will be the superpower of the world. This statistic shows a huge boost in life expectancy, exactly what you would expect from a capitalistic … Continue reading Every Continent is Getting Richer and Living Longer
Some say a coward someone who lacks courage. In recent times, a coward is someone who runs away from responsibility. In times of war, many militaries deal with AWOL (Absent without leave) soldiers differently. Militaries punishes dissenters by serving prison time and a few centuries ago, they killed them in public to deter others from … Continue reading On Cowardice, Atheists vs. believer
Will and Arial Durant, two historians who wrote The Lessons of History noted that as astronomers took photographs of the Earth from space, it became clear just how overshadowed the Earth was relative to everything else. For the first time the threat of a belief in a god was so personal that people reinforced their … Continue reading Vitalism
Is the person who is calm and delivers a concise, well thought out argument, winner of this life-force I’ve talked about. Of which I mean the symbolic affirmation of the inner-self to prove oneself worthy of life? In the meaning-making process of capitalism, the gold standard of souls is where one can measure oneself against … Continue reading Capitalistic altruism
Introduction and Warning It’s unpopular to divide the world into two. When someone says, “there are two kinds of men in this world…” well, I’ll divide the world into two, 3 times. ‘Hearers’ vs. ‘seerer’, Microevents vs. macro events, and accountant personality vs, hubris personality. So, there are the only two types of personalities in … Continue reading A case for new personality: Accountants vs hubris
Regarding that other post about the modus operandi, it is hard to know the winner of that “life-force” because anyone can claim a superior argument or strategy. The last example could’ve been between two strangers or two family members who know on how to get at each other’s worst side. The transference of life-force involves … Continue reading Will to power and the quest for symbolic immortality
An encounter has occurred. Someone used a backhanded compliment or someone shouted a little too loud or a little too close at someone’s face. Moments later, the confrontation erupts out of control like an over-heated pressure cooker. One can picture a bar fight. The setting, a crowded bar in midtown on a regular afternoon, where … Continue reading The Modus Operandi
In the lastest post, we established that the soul must have a “common currency” to measure up and know if we are worthy of life. Currency, the life blood of capitalism, is taken, sucked, traded, stolen, bartered, negotiated, or transfered in order to pay for goods and services. Using money, credit, or the soul itself, … Continue reading On the Geneology of Debt
Everybody knows that money isn’t the thing it is. “Money is just a piece of paper,” we say. The common belief of the history of money is that before paper or coin money, the standered currency was gold and other precious metals. Before that, we had, more-or-less, a barter economy – an apple would pay … Continue reading Capitalism and the Materialist Soul
This is an example post, originally published as part of Blogging University. Enroll in one of our ten programs, and start your blog right. You’re going to publish a post today. Don’t worry about how your blog looks. Don’t worry if you haven’t given it a name yet, or you’re feeling overwhelmed. Just click the … Continue reading Introduce Yourself (Example Post)
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