Spectral Horror & The Insurrectionist Charnel House

Spectral Horror & The Insurrectionist Charnel House “Eyes preoccupied with watching do not see.” ― Carlo Michaelstaedter. In the golden cage of modern society, the very notion of the application of human power and its intensification, carries with it such a stench of mental putrification, that only the most brazen noetic scavengers would dare approach it… Continue reading Spectral Horror & The Insurrectionist Charnel House

The Artifice of Always

Nature never really was anything more than artifice. This is not the accepted view. There exists a widespread belief that at some point in human history Man and Nature separated from each other; that they are things of intrinsically different quality and that this is very bad. The general sentiment holds that a beaver's dam is… Continue reading The Artifice of Always

Writing Prompts 9/9/18 – Cybernetics

The theme by popular vote is: cybernetics (thanks to all those who voted!) prompt #1 The cybernetic implants had given him a new shot at life after the ravages of the war. prompt #2 For the Psionic Gamers Union it was all fun and games til someone got mindhacked. prompt #3 He was no longer… Continue reading Writing Prompts 9/9/18 – Cybernetics

The Image of Man | Specter of Earth (VI)

(a.3) If We Do Nothing | Invariable Extinction (continued from part V) Whilst it is obvious that the “the world” is not ending in any meaningful, immediate way, despite the doomsaying of catastrophists such as Al Gore and Stephanie Wakefield, the world will, eventually, come to disintegration given sufficient time. Nothing extant is without an… Continue reading The Image of Man | Specter of Earth (VI)

The Inevitability of Technocentrism

The term "technocentrism" refers to a value systems that places a exceedingly high premium upon technology (in some variants, to the extent that it is second only to survival itself) and continuous technological development. The first thing to say about technocentrism is that the ideology is implicit or explicit in nearly every facet of modern… Continue reading The Inevitability of Technocentrism

Logos Circular 5/19/2017

The Logos Club here presents a brief list of links to some of this weeks most enlightening, amusing and incisive pieces of writing from all across the web. First up is How To Make It As A Left-Wing Polemicist which comes to us from the talented Hubert Collins of Social Matter. The piece is a ironic,… Continue reading Logos Circular 5/19/2017