Using abstractions, like truth and catastrophe fantasies, we bypass reality with dangerous universal rules that validate our desires.
When ideology, on one side, and the simulacra on the other don’t have the net of reality, the game is over.
What if we don’t overcome or sublate, but merely shift perspective?
Considering a deconstructionist background we look at “perspective framing” of therapy, buddhism, and christianity to address the problem of locating the desiring self.
The concept of concrete universalism is exemplified through “garbage,” where a specific object represents a broader category, like art.
Christianity has a gap, requiring Christ to mediate between man and God. Our relation is through filth and pain.