If communism is in large part a refusal to keep accounts, then one could make a case for a less narrative poetics, i.e., not obsessed with its own(ed) accounts?
We too easily forget that "these" 3 bananas do not equal "those" 3 bananas? The abstraction of number doesn't work well with Plato's idea - ideal image of what stands behind appointed objects.
In other words, the particular/concrete doesn't have universal equivalents? Money is inherently abstract.
It is amusing that the etymology of philanthropy is very much the same as the etymology of philanderer. The etymology = Love + (hu)man.
Not sure what money has to do with it? Are these two different aspects or articulations of the economy of excess: one emphasizing accumulation and the other emphasizing expenditure?
Do philanthropists necessarily embrace the anthropocene? No. I think the philanthropist loves the genre /abstraction of man - and pays tribute. Philanderers love specific instances of the human - and they spend themselves- directly throwing themselves at and into the lives/bodies of these specific humans.
The antidote to the patriarchy packed into these two ugly terms may be 'polyandry'?
If I could tell a joke it would start: these three bananas walked into a bar...
Remember leisurepoets who invert the body’s response? They yield to an earlier image, back when fruit dots were candies of the gods. A twilit lozenge in the wake of dawn’s burst. Dispatched to that suckling place – a pure exposure or announcement before skin. That’s the ticket, pleased to admit one. A baby shower that delivers a pillar from the waif. Advertisements followed by popcorn and sticky feet. The Magi caught looking can’t get enough. Dead letters arrive just in time.