Power, Politics, and Purpose

Scientia Potentia Est Francis Bacon was famously quoted by Thomas Hobbes as having said "Scientia Potentia est", and truly Bacon was one to understand the truth of this in a more empirical and mechanistic sense. Bacon believed that if we could observe a sufficient reason for a certain phenomenon, that we could manipulate that cause … Continue reading Power, Politics, and Purpose


The Monolithic Quadrant

We move towards the monolith: monogamy, monopolism, monarchism, and monotheism. The monolith is a representation of power in itself consolidating itself and amalgamating if not annihilating others for itself. A monolith is a structure with a top and bottom. It is an embodiment of harmony and order, with a center of mass exerting its own … Continue reading The Monolithic Quadrant


Logic, Reason, and Fact Often in this age, people will use the terms logical, reasonable, and factual as if they are synonymous with one another. This fundamental inability to discern between the core aspects of knowledge has lead to a kind of disjointed fragmentation in our collective (völkisch) consciousness. These categories are not mutually exclusive, … Continue reading Organon

Nihilism vs. Absolutism

1. Passive nihilism: nothing matters, nothing changes (e.g. Buddhists). 2. Active nihilism: nothing matters, things change (e.g. Nietzsche). 3. Negative absolutism: things matter, nothing changes (e.g. Parmenides). 4. Positive absolutism: things matter, things change (e.g. Heraclitus).