Saturday, July 13, 2019

addressing the moon about futuring humanity



So many blogs, so little time… I’ve started a new blog (the last one!), “american earthling,” which I’ve intended for many years. (I bought the url “americanearthling.com” many years ago, but I’ve done nothing with it.)

The “progressive practice” part of “The Project currently” is done,
for this year, postponed in winter for the sake of background work.

Saturday, June 29, 2019

saturdaynote



Nothing to add here. But the g.com update is a little more substantive than recent weeks have been.


June 15

I feel close to continuing Project work via cohering.net, but that withdraws me from gedavis.com work, which I don’t confess there,
other than indicating no update, not connoting even that there is another Website, though c.net is easily “met” through g.com, if almost any Area there is pursued (slim post-2018 content that g.com is, so far).

It’s allegorical: If you care enough, you’ll find me. If you don’t,
no matter. I love writing for its own sake.

Anyway, I expect to post more here than a promissory note before
the “next update.”


Wednesday, March 20, 2019

“a creative life”



Spring.

The title, “a creative life,” is understating an audacious excursion; so, it’s ironic or self-effacing. The work is a set of 9 pieces done in light of:

  • orientation of writing by all of the themes in the book description of The Life of Imagination, 2018, by J. A. Gosetti-Ferencei, in anticipation of writing to her book in detail later.
  • intensive mental association with some themes from The Project currently that I wanted to develop beyond the February writing.
  • giving context to some books that are primarily interesting to me that I want to appropriate later.
The writing resulted in a very deliberate, yet free-spirited introduction to The Project which also extends it in various ways.



Thursday, March 07, 2019

about so-called “Heidegger’s” “Silence”



What do you read in a text's silence?

For a sound silence” is indirectly about Heidegger scholars who read in bad faith (but what-the-hell: it advances their careers).