Author Archives: edmundberger

Manifesto for Revolution (abstract)

Originally posted on this book burns itself:
Marxists, forgive me if you’ve heard this one before: “What have we learned from revolution?” This is always a hard question to answer because it forces us to lie. The real answer, occulted under…

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Hunting Rhett Through the Datacombs

At all turns and dives Rhetttwitter acts rhizomatic and removes itself from any form of terminology or encapsulation; it is acts as a form of Roko’s Basilisk, a virus, once one knows of Rhetttwitter they cannot escape, it is a … Continue reading

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urcC Research Notes: Cinnabar

While tunneling deep into Kave Theory, the urrC stumbled across the following synchronicity machine: AQ282 = ACCELERATIONISM = FIELDS OF CINNABAR = TANTRIC CINNABAR AQ134 = CINNABAR = UNITY That “cinnabar” decodes to “unity” is no great surprise, given the … Continue reading

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inhuman kommunism

Copy/pasted from a conversation earlier, saved for later elaboration. ==================================== I have some unformed thoughts that diverge from this, but I tend to view the upward thrust towards kommunism following (kinda like [Nick] Land) a massive negentropic push through technocommercial … Continue reading

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Charting K-Waves

[the following schematic is an ongoing work in progress] The Industrial Revolution Kondratiev Periodizations Installation Phase: 1771 – 1790s Crisis and turning-point: 1793 – 1797 Deployment Phase: 1798 – 1829 Technologies Mechanized cotton industry Wrought Iron Machinery Infrastructures Canals and … Continue reading

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field notes

1. “…the universal comes at the end – the body without organs and desiring-production – under the conditions determined by an apparently victorious capitalism.” (AO, 139) It is capitalism that haunts all previous social formations, all orders that compose the … Continue reading

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Killing Art

X. Now art is living only through its own commemoration. It has become a closed system, art for art’s sake, from which nothing comes out any more. Yet art is a confrontation of man with the illusion of the world, … Continue reading

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