ukuleleclass

ukuleleclass wrote

very interesting ! i’ve heard of Hakim Bey but haven’t read any of their stuff. it sounds like there’s maybe specific contexts for how chaos has been used that i’m not really aware of to be honest. i'm mostly coming from a performative new materialist, transcorporeal and maaaaybr Deleuzian sense but i’m rusty on all of my ontology readings.

is the certainty and it’s criterion an essay by proudhon or a part of a larger project ?

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ukuleleclass wrote

i think you made a really good point. at least how i understood your sentiment is that it’s all a matter of scale— we’re under no obligation to try and administer some national strategy for anarchy (in fact that would be fascist) but it can often be liberating to try new ways of accomplishing things in our hyper local ecologies.

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ukuleleclass wrote

on the topic of chaos i guess it just depends on how you view chaos. to me it’s the nature of constant change and transformations that are beyond our human understanding but can be felt and embodied. i view it almost in an ontological way in which even the patterns that arise throughout evolution are partially attributes of a larger condition of spontaneity. embracing this change as a function of material reality is often grounding for myself, especially in the face of extreme dissociation and alienation that capitalism and civilization requires.

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ukuleleclass wrote (edited )

Reply to Friday Free Talk by ziq

the chancellor of a school my friend goes to posted a cringey ass video about free speech only a month or two after allowing TPUSA to organize a hateful talk on campus that led to Proud Boys assaulting students. would be a shame if people flooded the comments calling him out.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kz7G8YZA4II

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ukuleleclass wrote

i think there’s something inherently anarchistic in the play and wonder if children— something that get’s beaten out of us day after day as we’re bombarded by media that scrambles our temporality. it’s such a gift to be able to yearn like you are and to be able to deeply feel a desire towards play and creativity. i’m just now slowly reconnecting with that child like impulse within myself and it’s starting to feel so grounding. thanks for sharing your experience :) i hope you find the stillness and passion to follow those primal urges to commune with the wilderness <3

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ukuleleclass wrote

i feel anger towards certain politicians and, in general, the “higher up” they are the more anger i have towards them. that being said it’s not an active anger if that makes sense— i don’t know how to lash out in a meaningful way so it just churns inside me. it’s easier to be more actively angry at the more daily instances of control, i.e. police or even more visceral acts of violence from climate destruction that corporations afflict.

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ukuleleclass wrote

Reply to comment by x4bird99A in Communism and relationships by x4bird99A

it takes a long time (at least in my experience) to find people that shared my values and arr also active in the community. i had my run in DSA and quickly left when i found folks that focused on doing direct action and things that are actually helpful in the community. my suggestion would be to just go to radical clubs and spaces and meet people and ask them about what projects are goin on in your area. it might take a while but when you find the people that align more closely to how you want to resist oppression and build better projects and community spaces it’ll be worth it. good luck friend <3

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ukuleleclass wrote

Reply to 🔥🏴🔥 by monday

i’m so damn burnt out from school. i’m taking a critical theory class which is awesome but it’s non stop reading about dense topics, some of which are extremely useless to me. currently having to write a midterm paper on a materialist feminist approach to derrida and deconstruction. i love writing about this stuff but it’s not fun when i don’t have the time to write more poetically and grounded and am instead just throwing shit to the wall and hoping it makes sense.

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