What is it? What does it do? I'm not opposed to the idea. Perhaps I believe in it too. I can't exactly remember. There's a state specific memory problem with this stuff to a degree.
Here's some of his views on it. I know one of the quotes i'm thinking of is from a speech he gave to a graduating class of filmmakers or something.
It relates because my point is that leftist spirituality has taken it's theories (like Deuluze), that doesn't reject spirituality but speaks to its importans, and decomposed them into an all-pervasive attitude that does reject spirituality
I treat it like I do science or history or anything else. I just find it interesting, but don't have any real engagement with it beyond observation. You give me a sacred text and an article about music and I'll read them broadly the same way -- it's all flat to me. I haven't had any notable spiritual experiences that I can recall.
All flat is interesting because often what people understand by the word spiritual involves levels. Higher state of consciousness. Not flat state of consciousness.