To make things 'perfectly clear' is reactionary and stupefying. The real is not perfectly clear.
Stupidity exceeds and undercuts materiality, runs loose, wins a few rounds, recedes, gets carried home in a clutch of denial-and returns. Essentially linked to the inexhaustible, stupidity is also that which fatigues knowledge and wears down history.
Neither a pathology nor an index as such of moral default, stupidity is nonetheless linked to the most dangerous failures of human endeavor.
Giorgio Agamben is possibly the most delicate and probing thinker since Walter Benjamin.
Learning to speak is like learning to shoot.
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