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Relevant Film Clips

Regarding highlights, amidst blues, in the orbit of Kiss Me Deadly.
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Rather Have The Blues

Attracted to movement, or dynamics, you can cover some strange territory.
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Parallel Lives and the Art of Convergence

Tocqueville strove to find an outlet for "greatness"

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Blithe Power, Tortured History

This book begins with a close consideration of a fundamental issue of world history, namely, the mustering of sufficient grounds or reasons for effectively dealing with the world.
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The Problem of Fundamental Ontology

At the Introduction to our first title, there is an account of the work of Greek philosopher, Heraclitus, the point was (and has remained) that discernment has to bring to cogency the dynamic mainstay of nature or physis.
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The Problem of Fundamental Ontology

 

At the Introduction to our first title, there is an account of the work of Greek philosopher, Heraclitus. The point was (and has remained) that discernment has to bring to cogency the dynamic mainstay of nature or physis. Heraclitus emphasized how difficult a task nature puts to us in getting movement right. Through the past thirty years, we have published studies probing what went wrong (and right) with the efforts of Martin Heidegger regarding dynamical grounds. Heidegger maintained that classical rationality apropos of the substantial grounds of presumably substantial nature lacked what it takes to make fully cogent headway. Unfortunately, he himself could not do without the substantialist first cause of Christianity, and his work settled into the evocative compromise of “onto-theo-logic.” Demonstrating this has required four lengthy publications. Whereas Heraclitus proceeded directly to infer a crisis of both primal and social estrangement (“war”) befalling the deadly kiss of dynamic eventuation, Heidegger`s fractured sensibility produced a historiology finding cohorts, all through the history of thought , for efforts along those lines of radical carnality. However abortive the specifics of that effort may have been, the general point as to partners in unlikely places does have a hope, and our recent publications have become galvanized by that window of opportunity within the shattering consequentiality of a Pandora`s Box.

 

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