No philosophy is such if it pretends to overfly its relations with life. In this sense, analytic ‘philosophy’ is no philosophy but just a particular kind of scholastic asset which aim is to serve science and justify a number of endogenous practices oriented to the scientific field. This ‘philosophy’ is for those who forget that philosophy is something that happens in their lives beyond the institution and regardless of the equations and formalities of the academic text: it is the imposition of a constrictor discipline that seeks to sustain a distinction that can only separate and divide philosophy itself at the expense of a series of pragmatisms given by office. Analytic ‘philosophy’ is more like the shame of philosophy because from its variety of objectivist effects it is unfolded a formalizing and logicizing laboratory.
Analytic ‘philosophy’ is indeed the terror of philosophy as its practitioners claim for themselves the right to state the scientific ‘truth’ as an absolute truth that has never been relative: this make them to believe that everything that does not involve such a truth is false and unworthy. This scholastic pragmatism ends up promoting philosophy as something which is not about life but about the academy itself: about the scholastic institution. Equations and syllogisms end up being the result of how philosophy has been patiently detached from life and depoliticized in relation to its vital and social functions. Analytic ‘philosophy’ is butchering philosophy into pieces and parties, making it pass through a laboratory of textual propositions and false assumptions that end up to be unsubstantial and pointless for those who are not subjected by its constrictions: it staggers the philosopher’s mind idiotizing his philosophical experience: it is a ‘philosophy’ only for those who still want to play their little school game at the expense of philosophy itself.