Five Propositions on the Evental Fallacy

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Proposition 1: The Event (whether named Event, Other, Difference, Differance, Ereignis, etc.) is the necessary and sufficient condition for philosophy today.

Proposition 2: The Event (whether named Event, Other, Difference, Differance, Ereignis, etc.) provides for the construction of the philosophical world.

Proposition 3: The philosophic world is delineated by a normative factor, i.e. a political or ethical project made obvious by the Event (whether named Event, Other, Difference, Differance, Ereignis, etc.).

Proposition 4: The Evental Fallacy is operative within all contemporary philosophical worlds (i.e. worlds conjured by the event).

Proposition 5: The Evental Fallacy erases the operation of philosophical thought (i.e. the thought conditioned by the Event).

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~ by stellarcartographies on February 15, 2009.

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