natural politics (on Mat.5:22)

to name is to love: to open your being to other beings
—an act of heart and mind as one whole person.
to adject is to judge: to oppose your consciousness to other beings
—an act of mind as sovereign modifier; a denial of nature for the sake of an arbitrary moral ego.
to word (verb) is to communicate politically: to relate your presence to the other beings
—an act either of personal freedom (in the case of naming), or of dominion (in the case of morals). where, freedom means the logical unity of nature in the person, and, dominion means the contemplative rupture of nature in the autonomous consciousness.


"Wer das Tiefste gedacht, liebt das Lebendigste" (Hederlin)