1. 10

    Philosophy, art, and science are not the mental objects of an objectified brain but the three aspects under which the brain becomes subject.

    49
  2. 9

    One of the principal motifs of Nietzsche's work is that Kant had not carried out a true critique because he was not able to pose the problem of critique in terms of values.

    50
  3. 8

    Why do men fight for their servitude as stubbornly as though it were their salvation?

    59
  4. 7

    Write, form a rhizome, increase your territory by deterritorialization, extend the line of flight to the point where it becomes an abstract machine covering the entire plane of consistency.

    69
  5. 6

    It's not easy to see things from the middle, rather than looking down on them from above or up at them from below, or from left to right or right to left: try it, you'll see that everything changes.

    83
  6. 5

    Underneath all reason lies delirium and drift.

    94
  7. 4

    Art is not communicative, art is not reflexive. Art, science, philosophy are neither contemplative, neither reflexive, nor communicative. They are creative, that's all.

    101
  8. 3

    The fundamental problem of political philosophy is still precisely the one that Spinoza saw so clearly (and that Wilhelm Reich rediscovered): Why do men fight for their servitude as stubbornly as though it were their salvation?

    108
  9. 2

    A creator is someone who creates their own impossibilities, and thereby creates possibilities.

    128
  10. 1

    A concept is a brick. It can be used to build a courthouse of reason. Or it can be thrown through the window.

    147
  11. Last Update: 28 January 2023

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