The sophomore me thought it was cool to read Ks too, but those days are over. After debating at a couple tournaments at the college level, I've hit teams that use the same K neg strat year after year (or so I've heard that they do in years before)...like (think about) giving the land back or reject fear/death, etc.
Realistically, nobody has ever done any of the bullshit that the alts to many Ks provide - and if they have, they've ended up really fucked up in the head like Nietzsche for example...which btw is one of the most horrible people I've read about - just reading his books, sent chills down my back. When it comes to real policy making, politicians don't sit and talk about how we should all go out and stand under the rain of bombs that terrorists could send our way, they don't talk about how we should adjorn congress and just "do nothing" and accept that we are doomed, they don't talk about building personal relationships with trees and seeing ourselves at the same level as EVERY LIVING THING - realistically, if they did - we'd be fucked and dead by now.
While nut jobs like all these philosophers are thinking up new ways to describe capitalism, ontology, and describe different viewpoints of life that may be the "root cause to [blank]" or the "only prerequisite to [peace, global warming, war, etc.]", I'd rather think of real, pragmatic ways of dealing with issues - because by just sitting and thinking or not thinking about issues, the world won't get any better - shit needs to get done.
I hope that's a good enough answer if not, PM me or something because I think this thread is getting a bit off topic.