by metalogike

One principle of philosophy’s societal difficulties is not overstated thus: as soon as one really begins to think, one cannot reliably control what thinking is about, while, as long as one guarantees control of the referential function and its readability from the outside, whether in conformity with the functional attribution requirements of technicity, capital, or both, one does not actually think.  This might scan first as a deconstructive observation, but from me it’s first a metalogical one, which doesn’t exclude its being deconstructive subsequently.  And against a more profound misreading of it as subjective obscurantism, the principle, and the theorem that it elaborates, do not depend on a fundamental distinction between inside and outside, but number among the consequences of the lack of one.