Thursday, November 30, 2006

Unconditional and undeconstructable

Edward Berge Says: November 16th, 2006 at 9:10 am You’d probably find much agreement with Derrida Ned (Alan, Tusar), if you look deeply. He also shows how our culture emphasized the self over the other, autonomy over communion, male over female, intellect over feeling. And he shows a way to go behind such hegemony of one over another by pointing to that which is unconditional and undeconstructable. If you choose to box him in as “intellectual” of course you’ll miss this.

1 comment:

  1. Speaking of Boxes. However seemingly insightful and so called integrated anyones thoughts or philosophy are, there is absolutely no way to think ones way out of the deadly iron cage in which we are all trapped.
    The story of Humpty Dumpty says it all.

    Humpty sitting on the wall represents the prior Indivisible Unity of the Cosmic Egg.
    Humpty in fragments on the ground is exactly that. A fragment is totally incapable of SEEING the condition of Indivisible Unity let alone devising a way of putting it all back together again.
    There is absolutely NO way that all the kings horses and all the kings men can put Humpty back together again.

    Response to Divine Grace and the necessary SADHANA in response to such Divine Grace is the only way.
    It always has been and always will be. Of course such a notion is an offense to us dreadfully sane westerners.