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The Decadent Philosophy

Status: planned

Synopsis: This book extends and deepens the critique of modern philosophy begun in the penultimate chapter of the author’s first book, Pneumatology of Matter. A relatively short work, but one that is also dense and academic in tone, it answers the following questions: What precisely is decadent philosophy? Who is responsible for it, and what is so decadent about it? Is it here to stay or has it already been overcome? In the latter case might it return at some point? Or has it been vanquished once and for all?