Repost from AU : grim christmas-worthy madness
(im)potentiality by Adam Lovasz, author of Tracing the Inoperative.
Violence is a natural consequence of language in the Buddhist and deconstructionist viewpoint; Jacques Derrida and Nagarjuna both teach, in their own ways, that nonviolence and language are mutually exclusionary categories. Nonviolence begins where actants reject the coming-to-actuality of language. There is no more stringent ethical imperative than the injunction to abandon language and embrace the apotheosis of meaninglessness: silence. Silence is language that has been relegated to potentiality. Silence resists the urge to break forth to the surface and engage in activity. Every single actant is unified by the certainty of death. Acceptance, as outlined by Ludwig Wittgenstein, is the logical method of absolute negation:
„The propositions of logic demonstrate the logical properties of propositions by combining them so as to form propositions that say nothing. This method could also be called a zero-method.”
..:I’m testing the waters of indie publishing with the paperback of TtI, a journal sometime in spring, and some poem tomes on a vanity label called Void Front. A website coming soon, accepting submissions? Anyone want to write a book?