Tuesday, May 02, 2006


And the whole experience, gives the sense of “intelligence” imitating (not striving for) the ceaseless and unchanging perfection of some transcendent. Rationality, thus being a way in which intelligence is communicated back into the subject, and in this respect, rationality is socially embedded. However, intelligence is truly without a strong I-subject. With this sense of things, I feel a greater solidarity with Descartes. I understand the revelation, but was always led astray by the “translation.” Rationality suffers from the virus of epoch contingency and learns slyly to placate these anxieties and fears with ornaments of veritas.


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