Nein. A Manifesto

Nein. A Manifesto

Eric Jarosinski

1. Ontology: what the fuck?
2. Causality: why the fuck?
3. Epistemology: how the why the fuck?
4. Phenomenology: the fuck.

Nein. A Manifesto is the brainchild of Eric Jarosinski, the self-described “failed highbrow” at the back of the highly well known @NeinQuarterly, a “Compendium of Utopian Negation” that makes use of the aphoristic strength of Twitter to plumb the existential abyss of recent life—and unearths it bottomless.

Stridently hopeless and charmingly dour, Nein. A Manifesto is an irreverent philosophical research into our such a lot pressing questions. And the least. encouraged by means of the aphorisms of Nietzsche, Karl Kraus, Walter Benjamin, and Theodor W. Adorno, Jarosinski’s short-form variety reinvents philosophy for a global doomed to distraction.

Nein. A Manifesto should be packaged as an enticing small-format hardcover, with a handful of Jarosinski’s aphorisms laid out on every one web page. severe thinkers, fanatics of language, bibliophiles, manics and depressives alike can be interested in this compelling, witty, and infrequently hilarious translation of electronic into print. conception into praxis. And tragedy into farce.

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