Why not?
It's not a pure ideal, it's a notion. That's why the whole drive of solving the hyperconservative nostalgist impulse with Logic is impossible. Melancholia is an illogic because it's a feeling based on notions. The problem is we often convince ourselves that the detraction of these notions away from absolutism is leading us astray, into chaotic objectivism.
Right. there is a notion of *a nonexistent* but something that one has been convinced of, ideal. indulging in this too much can be worse than golden age thinking. golden age thinking at least has a metric of innovation or progression or combination. melancholy is an obscuring fetish.
It's not a pure ideal, it's a notion. That's why the whole drive of solving the hyperconservative nostalgist impulse with Logic is impossible. Melancholia is an illogic because it's a feeling based on notions. The problem is we often convince ourselves that the detraction of these notions away from absolutism is leading us astray, into chaotic objectivism.
I can't understand a single sentence of that paragraph. I would like to but it is not written in English. It is written in Crowleyese, a language only you have the key to. You have to be more patient with us and write in language we understand.
I need to know what a notion is. That is in no way clear.
I need to know what on earth the hyperconservative nostalgist impulse might be. I have never heard of this organisation.
I need to know what drive intends to 'solve' the hyperconservative nostalgist impulse.
I need to know what solve means in this context.
I need to know why it can't be solved with logic.
I need to know what an illogic is.
I need to know what a feeling based on notions could possibly be.
I need to know why it's status as a feeling based on notions confirms it as an illogic.
The last sentence is too convoluted and obscure to even tease apart into its constituent elements.
There is a problem, the problem in fact, and it lies in convincing ourselves of something or other.
I can't figure out what we are convincing ourselves of. I also don't have the faintest idea what chaotic objectivism is.
Can you please help me out a little bit? I am lost.
Right. there is a notion of *a nonexistent* but something that one has been convinced of, ideal. indulging in this too much can be worse than golden age thinking. golden age thinking at least has a metric of innovation or progression or combination. melancholy is an obscuring fetish.
It's not a pure ideal, it's a notion. That's why the whole drive of solving the hyperconservative nostalgist impulse with Logic is impossible. Melancholia is an illogic because it's a feeling based on notions.
The problem is we often convince ourselves that the detraction of these notions away from absolutism is leading us astray, into chaotic objectivism.