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    Hello, I'm HelloThere314, and this is my self insert.

    I take influence from many schools of thought across philosophy and political theory. The schools that have influenced me the most are Post-Hegelianism, Marxism, Phenomenology, Existentialism, Post-Structuralism, and Contemporary Anarchism

    My ideology or philosophy takes an anti-foundationalist approach to both philosophy and politics, starting from Stirner's notions of the unique. I take a generally existentialist toward the self informed by Stirner's notion of the creative nothing, analyzing it from the perspective of phenomenology. This self creates concepts to separate and explain the world; my view of this concept creation comes primarily from Stirner, Deleuze, and Guattari. These concepts create conceptual spaces, creating totalizing phenomena such as the ideas of ideological apparatuses, spectacle, hyperreality, etc. All of these conceptual spaces may not necessarily be accurate in their descriptions, but all contribute the idea of reality mediated by concepts. Along with this I take the Stirnerite view of conscious egoism, which is not an egotism that places the self first, but rather a view of causes without foundations, as the self is not a readily defined entity but rather one that is constantly changing and has no fundamental essence. This egoism leads me to an insurrectionary view of politics informed by movements such as post-leftism, post-anarchism, and communization. The mode of organization I propose is the union of egoists, which is a flexible mode of organization that can be created and disbanded by those within it and involves all involved contributing towards common interests.

    My icons: (//)


    My stuff can be found on substack. Current articles are listed here:


    All of this is based on ideology, not personality. I will be considering how well thought out the ideas are along with how much I agree with them



    • Ultroneism (//) - Despite our differences and past disagreements and feuds, I find your thought to be deeply fascinating and I agree with a good bit of it. Congrats on your phd btw, that's awesome!
    • Arthurwp Thought (//) - We're both Deleuzian communists and we agree on many things. I disagree predominantly on how you interpret deterritorialization and the role of communism in your thought, along with of course our interpretation of Stirner.
    • Glorified Communism (//) - Your ideas on the solar economy are fascinating and I largely agree with them. Aycee and you have inspired me to look more into Battaile. Along with this we are both communizers and stirnerites. However many elements of your thought I find too rooted in negation and your notion of communism as religion and the realization of the myth and whatnot are simply sacred causes and idols. Also I find that you misunderstand post-anarchism.
    • Ego-Progressivism (//) - We hold many similar thoughts on politics and life and I enjoy our conversations a lot. However I do find that your notion of the queer simply recreates the notion of a political subject.
    • Puri Thought (//) - I like your ideas a lot but you tend to systematize and get stuck at times in heaven building and essentialism.
    • Post-Communization (//) - A fellow admirer of Tiqqun and Foucault, we are very similar. I think your attempt to synthesize the materialist conception of history in Marx and the analysis of history in Foucault are incompatible in their original forms, though if one embraced a more post-Marxist analysis they would be compatible.
    • Jefbol Thought (//) - Not much on your page currently, but I love this shift you're going through. An admirer of Nietzshce, Deleuze, and the Autonomists will always be appreciated.


    • Inneralism (//) - Fellow Stirnerite and fan of Kafka. Your understanding of Stirner isn't the most developed and I dislike your economic conclusions. A panarchy where one chooses what system to dominate them may seem to be free association, but since it cannot come in the form of unions of egoists it is just as alienating.
    • Cannabis Anarchy (//) - Fellow contemporary anarchist but I have a lot of disagreements. Mutualism in any form reproduces the commodity form and thus capital accumulation. The idea of post-civ is untenable and utopian and would lead to billions dead. Productivity has to continue but freely, outside of the domain of work. I also really dislike your notion of the demurge and the notion of a golden age.
    • Post-Left Ego-Nihilism (//) - Another person I have many agreements yet many disagreements. I rather dislike anarcho-nihilism and its notion of pure negation, wich falls to Camus and Beuavoir's critique of negation as a cause in itself, a sacred one at that. You question why I am a communist. I am one due to it being the movement to abolish the current state of things, I live this movement through insurrectionary and communization activity. Fellow Stirnerite though.






    Theory I Plan To Read

    1. The Accumulation of Capital
    2. The Conquest of Bread
    3. The World of Perception
    4. Introduction to Mathematical Philosophy
    5. Nausea by Jean-Paul Sartre
    6. Sketch For a Theory of Emotions
    7. Death
    8. Identity and Difference
    9. The German Ideology
    10. The Phenomenology of Spirit
    11. Postmodernism or the Cultural Logic of Late Capitalism
    12. Communization and Its Disconnects
    13. Eclipse and Reemergence of the Communist Movement
    14. This is Not a Program
    15. The History of Sexuality Volume Two
    16. The History of Sexuality Volume Three
    17. The History of Sexuality Volume Four
    18. The Birth of the Clinic
    19. Madness and Civilization
    20. The Order of Things
    21. Symbolic Exchange and Death
    22. Forget Foucault
    23. On The Reproduction of Capitalism
    24. For Marx
    25. On The Genealogy of Morals
    26. Against Method
    27. Cartesian Meditations
    28. Critique of the Gotha Program
    29. Socialism Utopian and Scientific
    30. Fundamental Principles of Communist Production and Distribution
    31. From Crisis to Communization
    32. Anti-Semite and Jew
    33. On the Poverty of Student Life
    34. Totality and Infinity
    35. Max Stirner's Dialectical Egoism
    36. Eumeswil
    37. Of Grammatology
    38. Writing and Difference
    39. Nietzsche and Philosophy
    40. Gilles Deleuze
    41. The Political Philosophy of Poststructuralist Anarchism
    42. From Bakunin to Lacan
    43. After Post-Anarchism
    44. The Burnout Society
    45. Psychopolitics
    46. Communists Like Us
    47. Gender Trouble
    48. Undoing Gender
    49. Empire
    50. Autonomia
    51. Marx Beyond Marx
    52. Marx in Movement
    53. Workers and Capital
    54. Less Than Nothing
    55. Libidinal Economy
    56. The Postmodern Condition
    57. The Accursed Share Volume One
    58. The Accursed Share Volume Two
    59. The Accursed Share Volume Three
    60. The Dialectic of Enlightenment
    61. Eros and Civilization
    62. The Anti-Oedipus Papers
    63. Max Stirner’s Egoism and Nihilism
    64. Chaosmosis
    65. Heraclitus
    66. The Coming Community
    67. Homo Sacer
    68. State Of Exception
    69. Molecular Revolution
    70. Ethics
    71. Spinoza
    72. Kafka
    73. The Four Fundamental Concepts of Psychoanalysis
    74. Écrits
    75. Organs Without Bodies
    76. Fatal Strategies
    77. The Agony of Power
    78. Writings 1997-2003
    79. The Birth of Biopolitics
    80. Reading Capital Politically
    81. Desert Islands
    82. Lines of Flight
    83. Post-Modern Anarchism
    84. Elements of the Philosophy of Right
    85. K-Punk
    86. On the Line
    87. The Logic of Sense
    88. Ecce Homo
    89. The Will to Power
    90. The Holy Family
    91. Society Must Be Defended
    92. The Consumer Society
    93. For a Critique of the Political Economy of the Sign
    94. Foucault by Gilles Deleuze
    95. Power and Politics in Poststructuralist Thought
    96. Critique of Pure Reason
    97. Critique of Practical Reason
    98. Critique of the Power of Judgment

    Theory I Am Reading

    • Margins of Philosophy
    • Now

    Theory I Have Read

    Abdullah Öcalan

    • Democratic Confederalism

    Albert Camus

    • The Stranger
    • The Plague
    • The Fall
    • The First Man
    • The Myth of Sisyphus
    • The Rebel
    • Resistance, Rebellion, And Death
    • Neither Victims Nor Executioners
    • Create Dangerously

    Albert Einstein

    • Why Socialism?

    Aldous Huxley

    • Brave New World
    • Island
    • The Doors Of Perception
    • Heaven And Hell

    Alfredo Bonanno

    • After Marx, Autonomy
    • Armed Joy
    • Hegel, Introductive Note
    • Theory of the Individual: Stirner’s Savage Thought
    • On Marx and Engels’ Non-Critique of Stirner
    • Let’s Destroy Work, Let’s Destroy The Economy

    Allan Antliff

    • Anarchy, Power, And Poststructuralism

    Alyson Escalante

    • Gender Nihilism: An Anti-Manifesto

    Amadeo Bordiga

    • The Human Species And The Earths Crust
    • Letter To Korsch
    • The Solution of Bukharin
    • Party And Class
    • The Democratic Principle
    • Dialogue With Stalin

    Andrew Culp

    • Accelerationism And The Need for Speed
    • Dark Deleuze
    • Insurrectionary Foucault
    • The Disaster Of Revolution
    • Giving Shape To Painful Things
    • Philosophy, Science, And Virtual Communism
    • The State, Concept Not Object
    • A Method To The Madness

    Andrew Koch

    • Post-Structuralism And The Epistemological Basis of Anarchism
    • Max Stirner: The Last Hegelian Or The First Poststructuralist?


    • Anarchism, Individualism and Max Stirner

    An-ok Ta Chai

    • Max & I

    Anselme Bellegarrigue

    • To the Point! To Action!

    Anton Pannekoek

    • Workers Councils
    • The New Blanquism
    • Socialism And Anarchism


    • A Call To Arms


    • Nicomachean Ethics

    Arthur Schopenhauer

    • The World As Will And Representation
      • Volume 1
      • Volume 2

    Bào Jìngyán

    • Neither Lord Nor Subject

    Benjamin R. Tucker

    • Instead Of A Book

    Bobby Whittenberg-James

    • Economic Nihilism

    Bob Black

    • Anarchy After Leftism
    • The Abolition Of Work
    • Debunking Democracy
    • Imputationism
    • My Preferred Gender Pronoun Is Negation
    • Anarchist Response To “An Anarchist Response to Crime”
    • Notes On “Post-Left Anarchism”
    • Preface To The Right to be Greedy By “For Ourselves”
    • Technophilia, An Infantile Disorder

    Bruno Astarian

    • Crisis Activity And Communization
    • Value And Its Abolition

    Carlo Cafiero

    • Anarchy And Communism
    • Manifesto Of The Neapolitan Workers Federation

    The Invisible Commite

    • The Coming Insurrection
    • To Our Friends
    • Spread Anarchy, Make Communism

    Constitutional Convention

    • The Constitution of the United States


    • The Ego In Freud And Its Opponents
    • The Tragic Worldview of Julius Bahnsen

    Christina Howells

    • Sartre And The Deconstruction Of The Subject
    • Introduction To Sartre

    Daniah Alsaleh

    • Post-Phenomenology: A Quick Introduction

    Daniel Guérin

    • Libertarian Marxism?

    David Graeber

    • Against Economics

    David Jopling

    • Sartre's Moral Psychology

    Dr. Bones

    • Egoist-Communism: What It Is and What It Isn’t

    D. Z. Rowan

    • A Brief Description Of Egoist Communism
    • On The Self
    • The Case For Amorality
    • Tips for Reading Stirner
    • Criticism
    • On The Appearance Of Radical Movements
    • Ultra Left International
    • Communization For People In A Hurry
    • Why Collapse Won’t Save Us
    • Reformist Rhetoric And Classism
    • Communism As A Movement


    • The Post-Right Manifesto
      • Part One
      • Part Two

    Edgar Bauer

    • The Political Revolution

    Emma Goldman

    • Anarchism And Other Essays
    • Individual, Society And The State
    • What I Believe
    • Syndicalism


    • Endnotes
      • Volume 1
      • Volume 2
      • Volume 3
      • Volume 4
      • Volume 5
    • Crisis In The Class Relation
    • What Are We To Do?

    Enzo Martucci

    • Unbridled Freedom

    Eric Fleischmann

    • Toward a Cooperative Agorism

    Errico Maletesta

    • Majorities And Minorities

    Evan Jack

    • A Farewell To Post-Left Anarchy

    For Ourselves!

    • The Right To Be Greedy
    • Everyday Love
    • Minimum Definition Of Intelligence

    Franz Kafka

    • The Trial
    • Conversation With The Supplicant
    • Meditation
    • The Judgment
    • The Metamorphosis
    • A Country Doctor
    • In The Penal Colony
    • A Hunger Artist

    Friedrich Engels

    • Principles Of Communism
    • On Authority
    • Letter To Marx In Paris, 1944

    Friedrich Nietzsche

    • Thus Spoke Zarathustra
    • Beyond Good And Evil
    • Twilight Of The Idols
    • The Antichrist
    • The Challenge of Every Great Philosophy
    • The Gay Science
    • On Truth And Lies In A Nonmoral Sense

    Félix Guattari

    • The Proliferation Of Margins
    • Chaosophy

    Filippo Marinetti

    • The Futurist Manifesto


    • Reclus

    Fredy Perlman

    • Reproduction Of Daily Life

    Fyodor Dostoevsky

    • Notes From The Underground
    • Crime And Punishment

    Georg Hegel

    • The Science Of Logic

    Georges Palante

    • Anarchism And Individualism

    George Orwell

    • 1984
    • Animal Farm
    • Homage To Catalonia

    Gilles Deleuze

    • Difference And Repetition
    • Postscript On The Societies Of Control
    • Theory Of Multiplicities In Bergson
    • What Is A Creative Act
    • Bartleby Or The Formula

    Gilles Deleuze And Antonio Negri

    • Control And Becoming

    Gilles Deleuze And Félix Guattari

    • Capitalism And Schizophrenia
      • Anti-Oedipus
      • A Thousand Plateus
    • What Is Philosophy?

    Gilles Dauvé

    • When Insurrections Die
    • Human, All Too Human?
    • The A To Z Of Communization
    • Critique Of The Situationist International
    • Capital And The State

    Gilles Dauvé And Karl Nesic

    • Love Of Labour? Love Of Labour Lost...

    Giorgio Agamben

    • Form Of Life
    • What Is An Apparatus

    Gustav Landauer

    • The 12 Articles Of The Socialist Federation

    Guy Debord

    • Society Of The Spectacle
    • Comments On The Society Of The Spectacle
    • Report On The Construction Of Situations
    • User’s Guide to Détournement

    Hakim Bey

    • Ontological Anarchy In A Nutshell
    • Post-Anarchism Anarchy

    Hazel Barnes

    • Sartre's Ontology: The Revealing And Making Of Being

    Henry David Thoreau

    • Civil Disobediance
    • Walden

    Henry George

    • Progress And Poverty


    • Fragments

    Herbert Marcuse

    • One Dimensional Man
    • Psychoanalysis, Politics, And Utopia

    Herbert Read

    • Existentialism, Marxism and Anarchism
    • The Philosophy Of Anarchism
    • The Paradox Of Anarchism

    Herbert Wells

    • The Time Machine

    Herman Melville

    • Bartleby


    • The Odyssey

    Howard Phillips Lovecraft

    • Tales Of Horror

    Ian Wright

    • Marx On Capital As A Real God


    • Platform Of The ICC


    • The Italian Left And The Communist International


    • The Disappointed Of 1968

    Jacob Blumenfeld

    • All Things Are Nothing To Me
      • The Unique Philosophy Of Max Stirner
      • Stirner’s Communism

    Jacques Camatte

    • On Organization
    • Democratic Mystification

    Jacques Derrid

    • Specters Of Marx

    James L. Walker

    • The Philosophy Of Egoism

    Jan D. Matthews

    • An Introduction To The Situationists

    Jason Adams

    • Post-Anarchism In A Nutshell

    Jason McQuinn

    • Critical Self-Theory
    • A Brief History Of Theory
    • Max Stirner: The Anarchist Every Ideologist Loves To Hate
    • Clarifying The Unique And Its Self-Creation
    • Raoul Vaneigem: The Other Situationist
    • Post-Left Anarchy

    J.D. Moyer

    • A Solarpunk Manifesto

    Jean Baudrillard

    • The System Of Objects
    • Simulacra And Simulation

    Jean-Jacques Rousseau

    • The Social Contract

    Jean-Paul Sartre

    • The Transcendence Of The Ego
    • Being And Nothingness
    • No Exit
    • Existentialism Is A Humanism
    • The Respectable Prostitute
    • Search For A Method
    • Critique Of Dialectical Reason
      • Volume 1
      • Volume 2
    • What Is Subjectivity?
    • Illegalism And Ultra-Leftism
    • Dirty Hands
    • The Flies

    Jean-Pierre Voyer

    • Reich: How To Use
    • Non-Well-Founded Set Theory: Putting An End To Marx's Reductionism
    • The Economy is Only an Ideology in Marx’s Sense
    • My Goal In Life
    • What I Am Satisfied With
    • There Is No Society of The Spectacle
    • The Parthian Shot

    John Henry Mackay

    • Introduction To The Unique And Its Property
    • Anarchy
    • Individualist Anarchism

    John Moore

    • Anarchism And Poststructuralism

    John Beverly Robinson

    • The Land of the Altruists
    • Egoism

    John Stuart Mill

    • On Liberty
    • Utilitarianism

    John Zerzan

    • The Catastrophe Of Postmodernism
    • No Way Out?
    • Anti-Work And The Struggle For Control

    Jonas Ceika

    • How To Philosophize With A Hammer And Sickle

    Joseph Parampathu

    • Communities Of Egoists

    Josiah Warren

    • Manifesto

    Juliette Simont

    • Sartrean Ethics

    Julius Martov

    • The World's Social Revolution And The Aims of Social Democracy
    • A Contradiction

    Kämpa Tillsammans!

    • Hamburgers vs Value
    • Do Chefs Dream Of Cloned Sheep
    • Possibilities Are Found Outside The Unions

    Karl Marx

    • Wage Labour And Capital
    • Value Price And Profit
    • Capital
      • Volume 1
      • Volume 2
      • Volume 3
    • Conspectus Of Bakunin's Statism And Anarchy
    • Theses On Feuerbach

    Karl Marx And Friedrich Engels

    • The Communist Manifesto

    Keiji Nishitani

    • Nihilism as Egoism

    Kim Müller

    • Self-activity, Strategy, And Class Power

    Kristian Lamprecht

    • A Critique of Capitalism and other Established Systems: An Introduction To Stirnerite Marxism
    • Sexual Egoism: A Critique Of Labels

    Larry Law

    • Spectacular Times

    Lao Tzu

    • Tao Te Ching

    Lewis Call

    • Buffy the Post-Anarchist Vampire Slayer

    Leo Fretz

    • Individuality In Sartre's Philosophy

    Ludwig Feuerbach

    • The Essence Of Christianity
    • Letter To Hegel

    Mac Intosh

    • Communization Theory And The Abolition Of The Value Form

    Mao Zedong

    • Oppose Book Worship


    • Communism Of Attack And Communism Of Withdrawal

    Mark Fisher

    • Acid Communism
    • Capitalist Realism
    • Post-Capitalist Desire

    Marilisa Fiorina

    • Freedom and Solitude

    Martin Heidegger

    • Being And Time

    Massimo Passamani

    • Mutual Utilization: Relationship And Revolt In Max Stirner

    Matt Colquhoun

    • A U/Acc Primer

    Matty Thomas

    • The Relevance Of Max Stirner To Anarcho-Communists

    Max Baginski

    • Stirner: The Ego And Its Own

    Max Nettlau

    • Anarchism: Communist or Individualist? Both

    Max Stirner

    • The Unique And Its Property
    • Stirner's Critics
    • The False Principle Of Our Education
    • Philosophical Reactionaries
    • Art And Religion
    • You Only Have The Courage To Be Destructive

    Michel Foucault

    • Discipline And Punish
    • The History of Sexuality
      • Volume One
    • The Subject and Power
    • Preface To Anti-Oedipus
    • The Utopian Body

    Michel Foucault And Gilles Deleuze

    • Intellectuals And Power

    Miguel De Unamuno

    • Tragic Sense Of Life

    Mikal Jakubal

    • Biocentrism: Ideology Against Nature

    Mikhail Bakunin

    • Statism And Anarchy
    • What is Authority?

    Monsieur Dupont

    • Nihilist Communism

    Murray Bookchin

    • Post-Scarcity Anarchism
    • From Spectacle To Empowerment

    Nick Land

    • Fanged Noumena
    • Cold Anarchy
    • A Quick-and-Dirty Introduction to Accelerationism

    Nikolai Bukharin

    • The New Economic Policy Of Soviet Russia

    Noam Chomsky

    • On Anarchism
    • Profit Over People
    • The Essential Chomsky

    Nyx Land

    • Gender Acceleration: A Blackpaper
    • Hello From The Wired
    • Cyber Nihilism Recap
    • Notes On Cyber Nihilism
    • Blog Without Organs
    • Reflections On Violence
    • The Sovereign Citizen
    • Trans Nihilism

    Oscar Wilde

    • The Soul Of Man Under Socialism

    Otto Rühle

    • The Revolution Is Not A Party Affair
    • Moscow And Ourselves
    • From The Bourgeois To The Proletarian Revolution
    • The Psyche Of The Proletarian Child

    Ōsugi Sakae

    • I Like A Spirit
    • The Chain Factory
    • Social Idealism

    Paul Mattick

    • Council Communism

    Peter Caws

    • Sartrean Structuralism?

    Peter Vallentyne

    • Left-Libertarianism: A Primer
    • Left-Libertarianism as a Promising Form of Liberal Egalitarianism

    Peter Kropotkin

    • Are We Good Enough?

    Pierre-Joseph Proudhon

    • What Is Property?

    Pierre Verstraeten

    • Hegel And Sartre


    • Allegory Of The Cave
    • Euthyphro
    • Apology
    • Crito
    • Phaedo

    Ralph Miliband

    • The State In Capitalist Society

    Raoul Vaneigem

    • The Revolution Of Everyday Life
    • Beyond the Impossible
    • Book Of Pleasures

    Renzo Connors

    • Max Stirner, Individualist Anarchy, And A Critical Look At The Egoist Communism

    Renzo Novotare

    • Anarchist Individualism In The Social Revolution
    • Towards The Creative Nothing
    • Revolt Of The Unique

    Rhiannon Goldthorpe

    • Understanding The Committed Writer

    Robert Cumming

    • Role-Playing: Sarte's Transformation Of Husserl's Phenomenology

    Roland Barthes

    • The Pleasure Of The Text
    • The Death Of The Author

    Ronald Aronson

    • Sartre On Progress

    Rosa Luxembourg

    • Reform Or Revolution
    • Leninism Or Marxism?
    • The Mass Strike
    • The Russian Revolution
    • Organizational Questions Of The Russian Social Democracy

    Sadie Plant

    • On The Matrix
    • Critical Gestures
    • Negotiations

    Sarah Bakewell

    • At The Existentialist Cafe

    Saul Newman

    • The Politics of Post-Anarchism
    • Post-Anarchism
    • War On The State
    • Insurrection or Revolution?
    • Toward A Post-Kantian Freedom
    • Specters Of Stirner
    • Empiricism, Pluralism And Politics
    • Anarchism And Psychoanalysis
    • Interrogating the Master
    • Post-Anarchism And Radical Politics Today
    • Spectres Of Freedom In Stirner And Foucault
    • Derrida’s Deconstruction Of Authority
    • Anarchism, Marxism, And The Bonapartist State
    • Anarchism And The Politics Of Ressentiment
    • Politics Of The Ego
    • Post-Anarchism And Space

    Slavoj Žižek

    • The Sublime Object Of Ideology
    • First As Tragedy, Then As Farce

    Sidney E. Parker

    • Archists, Anarchists and Egoists
    • Stirner, Marx and Fascism
    • My Anarchism

    Simone De Beauvoir

    • The Second Sex
    • Introduction To An Ethics Of Ambiguity
    • The Ethics Of Ambiguity
    • Pyrrhus And Cineas
    • Analysis Of Claud Bernard’s Introduction To The Study Of Experimental Medicine
    • A Review Of The Phenomenology Of Perception By Maurice Metleau-Ponty
    • Existentialism And Popular Wisdom
    • Jean-Paul Sartre
    • An Eye For An Eye
    • Literature And Metaphysics
    • Moral Idealism And Political Idealism
    • An Existentialist Look At Americans

    Simon Springler

    • Violent Accumulation

    Stephan Günzel

    • Immanence and Deterritorialization

    Strangers In a Tangled Wilderness

    • Post-Civ! A Brief Philosophical and Political Introduction to the Concept of Post-civilization
    • Post-Civ! A Deeper Exploration

    Søren Kierkegaard

    • Fear And Trembling
    • Either Or

    Svein Olav Nyberg

    • The Union Of Egoists

    Theodor Adorno

    • Negative Dialectics

    Théorie Communiste

    • Normative History And The Communist Essence Of The Proletariat
    • Much Ado About Nothing
    • Théorie Communiste

    Thomas Flynn

    • Sartre And The Poetics Of History

    Thomas Nagel

    • The Absurd


    • The Problem Of The Head
    • What Is Critical Metaphysics?
    • Silence And Beyond
    • Theses On The Imaginary Party
    • A Critical Metaphysics Could Emerge
    • The Great Game Of Civil War
    • The Cybernetic Hypothesis
    • Preliminaries To Any Struggle Against Prisons
    • How It Is To Be Done

    Todd May

    • Power
    • Is Post-Structuralist Political Theory Anarchist?

    Vikky Storm and Eme Flores

    • Gender Accelerationist Manifesto
    • It’s Time For “Mad Anarchism”

    Vladimir Lenin

    • What Is To Be Done?
    • The Three Sources And Three Component Parts of Marxism
    • The Tasks of the Proletariat In The Present Revolution


    • Against Democracy

    William Schmack

    • Geo-syndicalism

    William Shakespeare

    • Romeo And Juliet

    Wolfi Landstreicher

    • Strangers In An Alien World
    • The Anarchist As Outlaw
    • Why I Am Not a Communist
    • Egoism Vs. Modernity
    • A Critique Not A Program

    User Theory Recomendations

    Use this template: HelloThere314 - The Unique And Its Property
    Duck-Citizen - Individualism and Economic Order

    - Human Action
    - The Ethics of Liberty

    puri - Call
    puri - The Unknown Revolution
    Temujin Lee - The Fundamental Truth

    My Theory Recomendations

    While I don't agree with everything here, all of these texts significantly influenced my thought.

    • Fragments
    • The Essence Of Christianity
    • The Unique And Its Property
    • Stirner's Critics
    • Art And Religion
    • Thus Spoke Zarathustra
    • Beyond Good And Evil
    • Twilight Of The Idols
    • The Antichrist
    • The Gay Science
    • Either Or
    • The Myth of Sisyphus
    • The Rebel
    • The Second Sex
    • The Ethics Of Ambiguity
    • What Is Existentialism?
    • Being And Nothingness
    • Existentialism Is A Humanism
    • The Transcendence Of The Ego
    • Critique Of Dialectical Reason
      • Volume 1
      • Volume 2
    • Being And Time
    • The Pleasure Of The Text
    • The Death Of The Author
    • Specters Of Marx
    • The System Of Objects
    • Simulacra And Simulation
    • Discipline And Punish
    • The Subject and Power
    • Capitalism And Schizophrenia
      • Anti-Oedipus
      • A Thousand Plateus
    • What Is Philosophy?
    • Difference And Repetition
    • Dark Deleuze
    • Underground Philosophy
    • The Politics of Postanarchism
    • Postanarchism
    • Anarchy After Leftism
    • The Right To Be Greedy
    • Armed Joy
    • The Coming Insurrection
    • To Our Friends
    • The Cybernetic Hypothesis
    • Everything Must Go!
    • Endnotes
      • Volume 1
      • Volume 2
      • Volume 3
      • Volume 4
      • Volume 5
    • The Revolution Of Everyday Life
    • Society Of The Spectacle
    • Comments On The Society Of The Spectacle
    • Spectacular Times
    • It's Crazy How Many Things Don't Exist
    • Capitalist Realism
    • The State In Capitalist Society
    • One Dimensional Man
    • Psychoanalysis, Politics, And Utopia
    • Negative Dialectics
    • Wage Labour And Capital
    • Value Price And Profit
    • Capital
      • Volume 1
      • Volume 2
      • Volume 3


    • HelloThere314 - Comment if you want to discuss or if you want to be added. I will be deleting old comments.
    • Weedman - I don't mind you with updating relations, but I am here to explain a few things. I am no longer mutualist, I am practically a communist now, in anarchist communization way, and I reject commodities and capital accumulation, because I wish to destroy money. I believe that communist "gift economics" are final form of markets, without limits like money, banks, value theory, commodities etc. I understand post-civ in a different way, I don't inherently oppose production, I oppose industry, that in future may be replaced by automation at small scale and nanofactories, plus i wish to abolish agriculture for permaculture. Communization in my notion is not only destruction of capital but of civilization entirely, because both are interconnected and ultimately the same. When it comes to "billions dead", it may not be done by humans directly, but by effects of human actions (climate change catastrophes, nuclear destruction, leaked biological weapons like covid but stronger, deficiencies related to overusing natural resources, eventually technological singularity leading to Terminator movie scenario). I don't wish to abolish all kinds of work done by men. And finally, I guess I am leaving Gnosticism and the notion of demiurge as some kind of wicked deity tyrannizing humanity, but rather metaphorical term describing civilization, capital and superego. And Golden Age of course is somewhat related to metaphysical theories of cyclical time, but essentially it means anarchy, true communism, Rousseau state of nature, uncivilized world but with technology, science and other good and useful parts of what development has done. If you have questions or you are curious, ask me on discord.
    • Meowxism - why do you rank me lower than iberian communism if i may even though we are sorta similar in some respects?
      • HelloThere314 - Sorry I put her in the wrong spot. I put both of you so low because I have a strong distaste for Stalinism and what he did in the USSR, along with his utter butchery towards Marx theoretically. I still respect both of ya'll's knowledge however.
    • Post-Left Ego-Nihilism - I feel strong dislike towards any kind of communism, but still very based as you are an Egoist. Could you add me into relations and recommend some books you like?
      • HelloThere314 - Added you, reading recommendations are in the recommendations section on my page.
    • Ibelulo - When I expressed my thoughts to you before, you mistakenly believe that some of my words I want to express communism and give your own views. Of course, I think your view of communism is right. I just think that you misunderstand what I want to express. At that time, what I explained was more human nature, but now I think human nature is too accurate, so I am too accurate, so I plan to tell you what I want to express at the time. What I wanted to express at the time was my view of morality and altruism. Of course, whether it was before or now, I had a criticism and questioning attitude towards morality and altruism, but the angle was different. In the past, I have begun to think about why we must be a good person, because when I think more about morality and altruism, the more I can see contradictions and hypocrisy in it. A very simple example is that I often see some people who often attack other people with different ideas that are different from this official mainstream ideology to attack these minority groups such as LGBT, and one of their attacks is that these people only say that they will say How miserable it is and how to be persecuted by the society, but never thought about helping others, instead of crying, it is better to do charity or the like. In other words, here morality and altruism have become a means to attack others. Through this means to attack the dissatisfaction of the oppressed, thereby maintaining the rationality of social oppression, and to give yourself a kind of way to give yourself a kind of False superiority. Of course, this is just one of the examples. In my observation, I found that many times the sympathy and help of others is pregnant with a mentality that regards themselves as the savior. These people feel pity for with others to show their kindness. To enjoy the thanks to those who were helped by them, so they formed a relationship between "kindness God" and "saved lamb". In this relationship, God and the status of the lamb have never been equal, because this relationship assumes that the lamb can only rely on God's kindness and kindness to ensure the survival and life of the lamb. Lambs can only be lambs. It cannot be everything except the lamb. More importantly, God’s benevolence has never been cost -effective. God's alms on the lamb is based on God's control of the lamb. Just like modern high welefare society, on the surface you can live a happy life, but the cost of this high welefare is the control of government agencies for society. The people must live in society's control and work for society to get this so -called happy life. Just like the famous utilitarianism Bentham, he proposed that everyone's happiness is the most important theory. At the same time, it has greatly developed and promoted the modern social punishment system, so that the society discipline can be further deep into everyone. And this kind of control is not only the government's control of people, but also the control of the free market, because a ethical foundation of the free market is equal exchanges between people through currency and other circulation methods. Behind it is to convert people's value into cold numbers, and use this to force everyone to sacrifice their own interests for this equality exchange and squeeze their own value. The altruism system of mutual assistance such as charitable welfare and other people also exists in the ethical foundation of this free market, and the altruism system is given to everyone through charity and welfare. However, the cost of this help is everyone to sacrifice yourself for this social system, and voluntarily become slaves to maintain this society. And morality creates a false good -evil dual opposition. In this kind of good and evil dual opposition, people only need to support the good and need to eliminate the evil side. But this logic itself is extremely ridiculous. It is like a good king and a evil king who will collect the taxes of the people and force a large number of people to serve and military service. Although a evil king will be better than a good king implements more atrocities, but in essentially, whether it is a good king or a evil king, the essence of their oppression will not have any substantial changes in the social system. However, what morality provides dual opposition always puts our attention on the personal-morality of the rulers. Let us have a rules who only want to eliminate bad rules. This illusion, in other words, this kind of good and evil dual opposition itself is a society spectacle of guy debord. Of course, even if there are no government and free markets and other oppression, whether morality and altruism are not oppressed? My answer is morality and altruism itself is oppression of people. Vecause people's desire is flowing. We can't only think of love and peace at all times. We always have some dirty thoughts. This is inevitable that if this love and peace are to be achieved, we must go to the moment to oppression our own desires, and considering this dirty desire will always jump out in we heartd. Therefore, we must review people's remarks and behaviors through moral police, and all even reviewing people's ideas. Even if you do not need to rely on a moral police on a bureaucracy, the moral police that exists in our hearts to do it to go for review have almost perfectionist obsessive -compulsive disorder. Therefore, as long as morality and altruism exist, then this kind of self -oppression will inevitably appear, not to mention that there is a lot of antinomy in moral itself. An article I have written recently is to describe the Moral Institute. The antinomy are not much related to the oppression of moral itself. After all, whether there is such contradictions does not prevent morality itself from the oppression nature of morality itself. This is why I said before that I don’t like Tolstoy, Kropotkin, and the Camus hope of everyone happiness and promote mutual assistances's views. In my opinion, the essence of their thoughts is that Bookchinism, which is not so extreme, is to suppress itself, so I hate helping others, and support it through an absolute revolution, through a fierce kind of fiercely through a kind of intense revolution Social struggles to destroy the fierce society. Of course, I have to say that these are my previous views. Although these are also my current views, unlike the previous thing, I found an angle that I was ignored. This perspective is whether it is Stirner or Nietzsche, they Do not deny the behavior of helping others itself. They just think that this behavior must be because of their own desire for egoism. When I discovered this neglected angle, I realized that my previous criticism of morality and altruism lacks an important part, that is, the behavior of helping others is not morality and altruism. The behavior itself is driven by our own ideas, which is an expression of our own desire. This causes both communism and egoism itself not rejected by this behavior that helps others, because this behavior itself is just a normal part of our own. And I have rejected a logic of morality and altruism before, that is we can help others that can only rely on the forced implantation of morality and altruism. Come out must maintain the basis of morality and altruism, and the opposition to helping others ’behavior itself is also a oppression of our desire. This oppression itself is no different from the so -called good's oppression of evil. Just like what you said, the pure negation itself is just creates a new idol. I advocate revolution and social struggles complete to negate help others, but this itself creates a revolutionary idol, a destructive idol. The purpose of revolution and social struggle is not to negate for helping others. Of course, helping others is not to negate the revolution and social struggle. Both of them can affirm each other. Of course, we can also affirm the value of both at the same time. Now when I am back to that three people, these three people advocate everyone's happiness and promote mutual assistance, but they have not denied social struggle. The tolstoy support anarchism's foundation was because he saw the oppression of serfs in Russian society at that time, so he realized that he had to fight the social struggle to liberate the serfs. Of course, I do not necessarily agree with the way he chose, but he can finally recognize the necessity of social struggle. In addition to Tolstoy, and Kropotkin and Camus. They can all recognize the necessity of social struggle, let alone Kropotkin still supports the necessity of social revolution. In fact, the mutual aid society of Kropotkin is built on the basis of eliminating all social oppression and based on a freedom of everyone. In fact, this is also ego-communism or post-left believes that the combination of Kropotkin's mutual aid society and Stirner's union of unique. Of course, there must be different specifics, but one of the important foundations of the two is the mutual assistance based on the abolition of oppression. And in my latest thinking, I discovered that a real helping others need to be based on the abolition of morality and altruism, just like I had a kind of nihilism in reality. I have a point of view, but I actually often help some people around me, so that I doubt whether my theory and practice are too contradictory. But now I don't have too many problems, because I now understand that the reason why I have a lot of problems I say is because this helps others is based on the exchange and sacrifice of the morality and altruism system. Because of the existence of this system, it has led to helping others the spectacle of society and a false appearance. But now, I only help others out of my own desires and ideas, so I will not think that I can control others, not think market exchange with others and to sacrifice others. It's not because I think I can get what I can get, so I do these just because I think. As Nietzsche expressed, I am the sun, I only give it, but I never ask. In other words, it is exactly that I put aside these other thoughts. I help to others is the real help, not other things other than that. The above content is what I really want to express to you in that conversation. I did not say that your view of communism is wrong, but I do not fundamentally want to discuss communism, but to discuss the criticism of morality and altruism, and what I have changed is my view of morality and altruism. Having said that, in fact, my previous views on morality and altruism have not been abolished. I just incorporated some of the criticisms you said to be pure negation, and so that my theory can become more From this perspective, I still thank you for his intelligence for my intelligence.
      • HelloThere314 - I'm sorry that I mistook what you were saying for communism, I suppose I found that your descriptions of mutual aid to be very much like an asystematic communism. Now I would agree and say that to deny altruism in its entirety is just as essentialist as to deny greed. A pure negation of society necessarily affirms an opposite society, one just as flawed as the first. To go beyond good and evil is to reject the categories, not what they mean. Now on Camus, Tolstoy and the like, I'd say that they imagine cooperation. This cooperation is necessary for any form of collective affirmation, and this is what they seek. Camus envisions a society of cooperation, as does tolstoy. I find personally that for any goal to be achieved there must be cooperation. Now I do agree with you that these visions they have come from moralism, wich I don't like, but their goals don't necessaraly have to be. The union of egoists is a union of cooperation between egoists for example.
        • Ibelulo - Regarding mutual aid, this may be a problem with my expression or a problem with translation. Of course, the most likely thing is that I know nothing about economic principles. The fundamental reason why I am not good at economics is that I am almost not good at mathematics. This means that many times when thinking about economics, I will transform it into a non-mathematical model that I am good at. Although this is easy to understand, it will lead to inaccurate expressions. clear.When I was thinking about economic issues, I did try to add a lot of ideas, but most of these ideas had a chaotic feeling, which meant that I didn't know how to put them together. This is a mathematical problem. A large part of the reason why I am not good at mathematics is because I am tired of learning, which makes me only know the most basic addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. I think I may have to learn these things from scratch.One other thing I want to say is that I copied what your page said about Wolff to a friend of mine. He doesn’t quite understand what you want to express, because he believes that workers can of course produce goods while driving. He guesses that what you want to express may be that Wolff is a market socialist, and the commoditized production triggered by market mechanisms Privatization of data transfer is the root of capitalism; therefore the market cannot be the based of socialism.But he believed that these were just for the sake of easy understanding, so Wolff only singled out the master-slave relationship as examples with clear themes. The purpose was to clarify the actual situation of wage slavery, which was in line with American positivist thinking. Wolff's arguments are all based on Marx's principles of political economy. And it shows that according to Marx's theory: the basis of capitalism is the unequal exchange between capital and labor;Through exchange, the owners of capital and commodity value possess the labor surplus output of workers for free, that is, commercialized surplus labor-surplus value; capitalism, like previous class systems, is a minority of appropriators who possess the majority of producers for free. In a society where the fruits of labor are obtained, capitalism realizes free appropriation through universal exchange.So his views are basically wrong: because capitalist exploitation neither comes from capitalists nor companies (what does it matter if the means of production and production organization are not combined with the producers themselves?); capitalist exploitation comes from free possession, which This kind of ownership relationship is determined by capitalist production relations; to abolish these exploitative relations, the social means of production must be transferred to social ownership, and possession becomes a social function.He was not a supporter of the market, but he supported Workplace Democracy, which was probably the main reason why he sympathized with Wolff. His economic theory was basically based on council communism, mixed with some anarcho-syndicalism. Economic theory, and recommended some anarcho-syndicalist economic theories to me. I wonder what your opinion is on his critic? I will explain it in detail about you in the system.
    • I come to debate on your belief about Christianity, that is believing that Christianity produces slave morality, and it would seem so as God is a "master" throughout the Bible. Right? Nope. That is a incorrect thesis about the Bible, whether or not you accept the literalness of the Bible. The laws given by God in the Bible are often changing, for example see the change in attitude about slaves from Exod 21:23-25, to Dt 15:14, and then again to Lev 25:39-47. This is a recognizable change in the Law. Secondly, Biblical word is often contradicted flat out in juxtaposition to an original thesis! Look at "Do not answer a fool according to his folly..." (Pr 26:4) and Pr 26:5 - "Answer a fool according to his folly..." This is showing clearly that the Bible is not a how-everything-works manual. (I will note these passages I got from How The Bible Actually Works by Peter Enns.) Yet another thing about God's Law is that it is necessarily transposed to the current day, making sections which seem obtuse and culturally distant feel logical and much more relevant to our times. A Biblical example of this done by Paul is in Ro 13:8-10. This all shows what the aim of the Law is and is not. The aim of the Law and the Bible is NOT to tell you strictly and eternally what and how to do everything in perfect detail. The aim of Scripture IS to construct wisdom and encourage conversation... it is MEANT to be transposed and to be hermeneutically fluid. God is no master, God always functions as a changing, nondogmatic entity.
      • HelloThere314 - Thanks for taking the time to critique some of my beliefs, I find a good natured debate very beneficial. However I think you miss the point of Nietzsche's critique of slave morality. To start it does not matter if god is a changing entity to if he is a master, an idol, over oneself. The constant fluidity of rules and its lack of dogma in assigning rules does not change the fact of the rules existence. For example in the New Testament upon Jesus' arrival the Christian rules change, however one is still meant to worship god, that never changes. Judgment day, the apocalypse, in the New Testament is based on if one worships god and places him as an idol. It is the same as the state's liberalization, the free election of masters does not change the relation of masters and slaves. We may have more rights now, more freedoms, but these are always given not taken. Along with this Nietzsche's critique has far more weight, that being the Christian morality style with or without the theology behind it. Christianity involves resentment in Nietzsche's view, limiting the assertion of oneself. It does not matter what the rules are, it only matters that there are rules of good and evil.
    • Cyberdelic Egoism - Hey, Could you change my relations? sorry cause you know i'm no longer a panarchist?

    Neo-Levithianism You seem like a well-educated individual,mind looking at my set of beliefs? And maybe add me?

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