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Interstellar MuLtiPliCity in the `Pataphysical Non-Linearity

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“Ultimately, the idea isn’t to go from identification with form to identification with formlessness. It’s not about going from a somebody to a nobody. You can’t define the truth as something, or as nothing. You can’t ultimately define it as spirit or as matter. You can’t define it as ego or other than ego. Our ultimate nature can’t be described in dualistic terms at all. To our minds, it will always remain a mystery, because the process of thought that we use to apprehend things can only think in dualistic terms. So our minds can never really know reality directly.”

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Left and Right: A Non-Euclidean Perspective

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“Ideologies are collective forms of hubris that claims to know how the world works and what needs to be changed. In a sense they are like ontological packages that makes you intellectually lazy. It’s not merely a reality tunnel, it’s a reality tunnel that knows it avoids certain issues. So you don’t hear of communists discussing the possible existence of God or capitalists who are critical towards growth.

The left will romanticize some sort of future where equality is abundant, (but have no real good examples of how this is to be achieved.. )
The right will romanticize the past saying that people were more decent back in the good old days. Dig deep enough and the “conservatives” won’t agree on what they want to conserve, and the progressive won’t agree on what they want to change or to what extent. And when it comes to all this ethnic idenitity moaning, no one knows what a true scotsman is either. This “feeling” of being something is an aneristic illusion.
When it comes to social issues, more time is spent competing between the ideologies then actually analyzing the problems at hand. It’s sort of like religion blaming Satan/Scheitan, but in this case the devil is the political other’s ideology. Well, Monotheism didn’t save the world from evil since I got drunk with Devil yesterday, and the political fluff ain’t gonna solve it either. This is why academic discussion (esp economists vs sociologists) is so pathetically stagnant. The real thing that pushes reality forward is the chaotic clash that lurks between the bullshit of ideologies.”

— Disha Klakk

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Some words on Operation Mindfix

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“Why don’t we take all the good ideas from the left & the right & just put them together? We can do it if we believe!”

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Mermeticism and the Post-Truth Mystic

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“Every preaching, every indoctrination, every following of creeds, and the constitution of bodies of the faithful (and simultaneously of infidels) are conservative in that they try to preserve and reproduce a determined content against the change (of that content), against the contingent, against the discovered, against the invented, against the done by desire and without need, against error, failure and chance that affect the always provisional and precarious common life.”

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Zen Games, Zenarchy Counter-Games

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Discordian Katos

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Synchromystic Neoism Connections

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Meaningness | Better ways of thinking, feeling, and acting—around problems of meaning: self, society, ethics, purpose, and value

“Nebulosity” means “cloud-like-ness.” Meaningness is cloud-like. It is real, but impossible to completely pin down.

Nebulosity is the key to understanding confusions about meaningness.

“Nebulosity” refers to the intangible, transient, amorphous, non-separable, ambiguous nature of meaningness.1

  • From a distance, clouds can look solid; close-up they are mere fog, which can even be so thin it becomes invisible when you enter it.
  • If you watch a cloud for a few minutes, it may change shape and size, or evaporate into nothing. But it is impossible to find an exact moment at which it ceases to exist.
  • Clouds often have vague boundaries and no particular shape.
  • It can be impossible to say where one cloud ends and another begins; whether two bits of cloud are connected or not; or to count the number of clouds in a section of the sky.
  • It can be impossible to say even whether there is a cloud in a particular place, or not.

Meanings behave in these ways, too.

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