Ktismatics

17 May 2007

Who’s Hot?

Filed under: Culture, Reflections — ktismatics @ 7:31 pm

Who’s the hottest postmodern philosopher in the blogosphere: Zizek, Deleuze, or Lacan? The envelope please…

Thanks to Odile for the IceRocket link. Any other hot topics of interest? Enter them in “blog trend tool” on the site, then put up the 2-month posts-per-day totals in a comment.

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8 Comments »

  1. Are you trying to up your hits by going after the sex appeal???

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    Comment by Jonathan Erdman — 18 May 2007 @ 4:26 pm

  2. Wow, Erdman, you’re still out there. See, it must have worked — the lure of hotness. So how about Soren Kierkegaard, Jean-Luc Marion, and John Caputo? And the winner is… Kierkegaard by a mile. He even cleans the PoMo dudes’ clocks.

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    Comment by ktismatics — 18 May 2007 @ 5:13 pm

  3. I’m always out there.

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    Comment by Erdman — 19 May 2007 @ 12:26 am

  4. Dear John and Ktismatics,

    Although it was fun to compare names of great thinkers by numbers, (I used to be good at maths and enjoyed statistics), I’m missing the verbal content part. That’s what I’m visiting your blog for…

    part of your audience,
    Odile

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    Comment by Odile — 23 May 2007 @ 4:58 pm

  5. Odile –

    Thanks. I agree, the numbers don’t tell much of the tale. As was the case on your post about IceRocket, the best and most important ideas aren’t necessarily the most popular. That’s one of the important themes of life, I believe.

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    Comment by ktismatics — 23 May 2007 @ 10:24 pm

  6. Indeed, it is a red thread in my life that the important ideas are not the most popular. But a strange thing that keeps reoccurring in my life is that the friends I pick start with being unpopular and after a while become succesful… Not that I care about success, I do care about qualities and development, so I tend to hang out with people who develop themselves continuously.

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    Comment by Odile — 24 May 2007 @ 2:11 pm

  7. Continuous self-development is a characteristic I value in people as well. I don’t know if it requires self-discipline or a willingness to follow one’s interests wherever they lead.

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    Comment by ktismatics — 24 May 2007 @ 7:27 pm

  8. Do you think there is a relationship between hope, sorrow and passion or drive? I’m starting to think there is.

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    Comment by Odile — 24 May 2007 @ 9:33 pm


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