There is hostility to the act of thinking. The hostility which doesn’t promote thinking, ends up negating it as economic or juridical act and defining it only as ontological entity.
This Course follows last year’s Course titled The Tree and its Fruits and it is devoted to the economic rectitude or recht-itude which makes the individual an Institution amongst Institutions without subjection nor reciprocal superbia.
The hostility to the act of thinking hints at the unproven but invincible premise (like the presupposition of love) that the Law (no matter which one) is already given, presupposed and not established. As a result, the act of thinking has no access to the truth that ius semper condendum in each act of everyday life.
This truth frees from the most ancient of dogmas – the platonic dogma which wants language as a relationship between words and things – opening to the thought of language as a relationship between words and acts. Therefore the individual, the Ego, is immediately implicated and things take a non-problematical position.
The catatonic schizophrenic is a radically platonic philosopher right up to abolishing the act.
In a law which is a presupposed law, the individual is left with:
- Either unconditional subjection;
- Or rebellion which is always defeated like every jacquerie;
- Or perversion as denial-repudiation of each assertion as a positive act, e. a act that posits.
Within perversion everything is Baroque, theatre, nothing is real (‘Life is a dream’). Today we would say ‘everything is an interaction’. Amongst the crisis in the history of Christianity, the Baroque – which was proposed as a solution but it was a crisis itself – has been the most serious one because it rendered perversion indiscernible (from blessed putti to paedophilia). …
Courtesy translation by Luca Flabbi and Vivienne Prescott.
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