The Difference Between Winning and Losing
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From FROST FIRES: POEMS 1985-2021, by David Johnson. Available on Amazon: https://www.amazon.co.uk/FROST-FIRES-Poems-1985-2021/dp/B09QP1Y6M9/ref=sr_1_1?crid=21HSII6SFP6CG&keywords=FROST+FIRES%3A+POEMS+1985-2021&qid=1644946668&s=books&sprefix=frost+fires+poems+1985-2021%2Cstripbooks%2C82&sr=1-1
YOU CAME From FROST FIRES: POEMS 1985-2021, by David Johnson. Available on Amazon: https://www.amazon.co.uk/FROST-FIRES-Poems-1985-2021/dp/B09QP1Y6M9/ref=sr_1_1?
A brief analysis of 'I'm a Celebrity' as ambiguity psyop.
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Against the simulation of winning and losing in computer games, card games, parlor games.
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An existential analysis of Clive Barker's Hellraiser Trilogy in light of the impossibility of masochism in a world dominated by the primordial difference between pleasure and pain.
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ALL FILM IS MAGICAL REVERSIBILITY: A psyop to confuse the difference between winning and losing. to deter the world’s natural winner - the strong man - so that the world’s natural loser - the weak man - can win in his place.
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A brief overview of my base-existential philosophy. Please see my book: THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN WINNING AND LOSING by David Johnson, on Amazon.
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Category Arts & Literature
Western culture is a culture of ambiguity and nothing else. Decadent and perverse, it is the endless inversion of winning and losing.
My work is a full-frontal attack on this secret decadence of Western culture. In its place I call for the implementation of a more robust culture, one which reflects a more invigorating and primordial truth: the difference between winning and losing.