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The beginning of wisdom is to call things by their proper name.

— Confucius, 551–479 BC.[1]

Collegium is where we collect.

We appropriate everything (and respect nothing. Just kidding, we try to respect the omnivers-all).

Welcome to Collegium[]

Welcome. «Collegium» is a philanthropic LARP-collaboration (for the study and practice) of what glues together the society of man—the certain operative ideas which have emerged from man's chaotic past to guide him into the civil society. It serves to render all ideas relatively ‘legible’. It is thus an Intelligence service, and a Think Tank — of transglobal reach, from elder scrolls to data waves. Data with a human face.

As part of our philanthropy we try to list especially human improvement and anti-ableist topics.

Everything here is lifted from ~everywhere else, except what isn't. Anyone, including you, can edit. Click the edit button at the top of any page to get started!

The ultimate goal—always in echo to the hermetic tradition—relayed by the theologians and philosophers Pic de la Mirandole (1463-1494)[2] and Raymond Sebond (c.1385-1436)[3] and the thinker Nicolas de Cues (1401-1464)[4], has been and is the Establishment of "a pax philosophica necessary for the unification of the human race." This (the Collegium) is also a continuation of interpretatio Graeca et Romana.  Leibniz's "absurd fantasy" of a Characteristia Universalis.

A man may die and still endure if his work enters the greater work, for time is carried upon a current of forgotten deeds, and events of great moment are but the culmination of a single carefully placed thought. As all men must thank progenitors obscured by the past, so we must endure the present, so that those who follow may continue the endeavour.
— The Chime of Eons, Garba Mojaro Techno-Magos of the Adeptus Mechanicus

This full range of philosophy is not just outside the Overton window. It is outside the Overton building. 

— Curtis "Moldbug" Yarvin, 2020[5]

[Y]]ea, it's an impossible task, but worth working toward.

Technoprophetus S.C.Hickman, 102017 AD.


[T]he intellectual history and genealogy of accelerationism must look beyond the contingencies of its present expressions. To have any value, it must tap into the subterranean current of communication itself.

— July 22 2017, a Vince Garton

☀ That which ascends inside radiates outward in all dimensions.[]

WE OBSERVE that man is an organism shaped by his errors & understandings, with error a state being stuck in a dualism, not seeing beyond dichotomy, while progress being moving beyond the dichotomy.

WE HIGHLIGHT the problematic use and justification of traditions like Patriarchy, Matriarchy, Colonialism, essentialism, and naturalism (among others). These traditions in turn allow for the problematic formations of taxonomies (and identifications of the Other) and what prof. Haraway explains as "antagonistic dualisms" that order discourse. These dualisms, have all been systematic to the logics and practices of domination of nature, workers, women, heresies, animals... all [those] constituted as others. We highlight specific problematic dualisms of self/other, culture/nature, male/female, civilized/primitive, right/wrong, truth/illusion, total/partial, God/man (among others). We explains that these dualisms are in competition with one another, creating paradoxical relations of domination (especially between the One and the Other). However, high-tech culture provides a challenge to these antagonistic dualisms.

SOME DUALISMS essential to progress through are

These are all subcategories of the universal, with tendencies to form as subcultures, that must continually be worked on — to decrease suppressive & antagonizing elements — to bridge them.

My story.


  1. { 子路篇 名不正,则言不顺 If names be not correct, language is not in accordance with the truth of things. Paraphrased as a Chinese proverb stating "The beginning of wisdom is to call things by their proper name." } The Analects on Wikiquotes. See also Oldstone-Moore, Jennifer (2002). Confucianism. New York: Oxford University Press, Incorporated. pp. 54–60 (via English Wikipedia).
  2. "An Italian humanist philosopher and theologian , third son of an old count family . In search of prisca theologia (or theology first exposed by the Ancients), he studied and synthesized the main philosophical and religious doctrines known in his time, in particular Platonism, Aristotelianism, and scholasticism. He is the founder of the Christian Kabbalah." (Wikipedia.)
  3. "His Theologia Naturalis sive Liber naturae creaturarum, etc., written 1434–1436 but published in 1484, marks an important stage in the history of natural theology. The book was directed against the position then held by some, that reason and faith, philosophy and theology were antithetical and irreconcilable. Raymond declares that the book of Nature and the Bible are both Divine revelations, the one general and immediate, the other specific and mediate." (Google.)
  4. "One of the first German proponents of Renaissance humanism, he made spiritual and political contributions in European history." (Google.)
  5. Newsletter received "19 Jul, 2020".

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