psychist

psychist

(ˈsaɪkɪst)
n
1. (Alternative Belief Systems) a person who believes in psychic phenomena
2. (Bridge) bridge a person who makes a psychic bid
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Brassier's take on speculative realism may be more harsh than Grant's, but is fairly accurate in my opinion: "The 'speculative realist movement' exists only in the imaginations of a group of bloggers promoting an agenda for which I have no sympathy whatsoever: actor-network theory spiced with pan psychist metaphysics and morsels of process philosophy.
In the person of an African chieftain, the "psychist" N'Gana Frimbo, Fisher risks an indirect representation of Gurdjieff that is signaled descriptively ("the deep-set eyes still held their peculiar glow") and anagrammatically ("Frimbo" as anagram..."which can be recognized as a Gurdjieffian exhortation to 'form [the] Big I'").