1. Logical Investigations/Ideas/Phantasy, Image, Consciousness, and Memory (Husserl)
2. Phenomenology of Spirit/Philosophy of Mind (Hegel)
3. The Écrits/Transference/Seminars/Lituraterre (Lacan)
4. Chaosmosis/The Three Ecologies (Guattari)
5. The Visible and Invisible/The Phenomenology of Perception (Merleau-Ponty)
6. Logic of Sense/Logic of Sensation/Capitalism and Schizophrenia/Proust and Signs/Cinema 1 & Cinema 2 (Deleuze)
“The answers for the speculations on the Spirit lie in the praxis of phenomenology, where one aligns with the epistemic nature and limits of the human experience –the answer is found in the acceptance that we have no direct access to what is outside of our consciousness. Deciding…
…is to motivate the son to reach what is inaccessible, but the father can’t be in the journey either; the father’s essence is not fully accessible when in the town, because the father becomes accessible when the son is in the journey itself.
Abraham Muñoz Bravo
[who, in this instance of being or not being in the town, is in it?]
The mother’s role is not to follow the son in his journey, it’s to stay in the town, a place that is always accessible for the son. The role of…
We take different paths in the city of Azar, to arrive at the same place if that’s what you so desired; not all nutrients come through the same root for a robust tree to grow beyond the peaks of its own branches.
Ontologic relativity leads to accepting that…