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Creativity and Negativity – “Little Stars”

If we could know things as they really are, that knowledge would have to be obtained in an impossible place which is only occupiable by “another.” Not just a different person, but by a fantastic, spectral “I.” We call this … Continue reading

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Catastrophism: Creation Through Destruction

Perpetual Restlessness and Endless Revision in the Absence of an Original: In the last decade, F. W. J. von Schelling has emerged as one of the key philosophers of German Idealism, the one who, for the first time, undermined Kant’s … Continue reading

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