The central thesis of wilderness philosophy is that the wilderness is all that there is. This thesis generates difficult problems as there is therefore no contrary to the wilderness through which to construct additional concepts. I end up with something like Parmenides’s undifferentiated One which is a non-starter. This is why I’ve only written about the wilderness in fits and starts. In attempt to get around this I’ve been playing with Greimasian or Semiotic Squares as this allows me to complicate oppositions in all sorts of interesting and generative ways. Below is an example of the squares I’m trying to put together. This is obviously a work in progress. First, the program I’m working with doesn’t allow me to easily add the diagonals. Second, I would place “wild things” (see my previous post) at both position 3 and 4. At any rate, here’s the square.