OS POSITIVOS

ego, ismos, e outras especulações

Nota: esta é a parte I de II, podíamos/devíamos encaixar aqui ambas em continuidade, mas textos grandes fazem dói-dói por isso facilitamos dificuldades.


I filosofia de vida


It is a well-known fact that one thinks more about what one does not have than about what one does have; thus thoughts about justice and violence, state and law, property and family easily nestle in the head of the disinherited and dispossessed proletarian. His thoughts are not bound to the status quo, he need not stop at the hallowed institutions of the state, for he has nothing to lose, but a world to win! Doesn’t this whole line of thought run parallel with the “philosophy of the individual?”
in "Max Stirner’s Philosophy Is Actually Worth Reading" 4 fev 2024

Conhecem-nos motto pessoal que acompanhamos desde os teens, enunciado de imaculada concepção cuja similitude às muitas literaturas posteriormente acumuladas nos prazeirou as conclusões intuídas:

Não te conformes à lógica dos outros porque não há filosofia que melhor te sirva do que aquela que emana de dentro.
in Real Nós quando ainda way-way eramos putos

Um dia haveremos de a rescrever em t-shirt size para a posteridade. Anteriores: recordámos recentemente Nietzsche — pura maldade — e o zeitgeist sempre fornece: a peça que vos trazemos hoje atravessa-o ("the “I-philosophy” found its youngest and most dazzling representative in Friedrich Nietzsche" 4 fev 2024) a caminho de outras paragens de associar uma filosofia do "egoísmo" ao proletariado. Cite sumarento primeiro:

The capitalist system, which made [the worker] take his hide to the market at an early age, thus awakens the feeling of personality in him far more readily than in a bourgeois boy who only puts a colorful cap on his ego at university.
in "Max Stirner’s Philosophy Is Actually Worth Reading" 4 fev 2024

Sumarento segundo:

The life experiences that the worker gathers in abundance in the struggle for existence soon prompt him to think about the value or worth of his labor power, and since this cannot be separated from himself, he easily comes to reflections about the value of his personality or about its lack of worth in relation to the world of the propertied classes.
in "Max Stirner’s Philosophy Is Actually Worth Reading" 4 fev 2024

O autor em questão, "the clearest and deepest builder of this I-philosophy", é Max Stirner, duas vezes um par de décadas antes do alemão que o precede, comentado aqui por Hermann Duncker em 1897. E aqui a razão de começarmos esta parte um-de-dois em filosofia proletarizada:

Nietzsche writes for the cultured, weary of culture, in a refined, artistic style, which presupposes an infinite amount of leisure time and positive knowledge for understanding — and the worker can acquire both only with difficulty. Stirner addresses the egoist, who is to shake off the yoke of centuries of servitude to prejudices and illusions, but also to state power and exploitation. His language is unvarnished and coarse; he presupposes nothing but a free gaze and a free heart.
in "Max Stirner’s Philosophy Is Actually Worth Reading" 4 fev 2024

Regressamos amanhã com esse olhar & coração, free & free, especial cómicos.

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