Response to Blake.

This now is more close consideration of Blake’s recent comment in my previous post, and his later post. ..   I did ask for a ‘why cite’. I cite, of course. And it is a kind of support for an argument that Im making, and it is, as you say, also, participating in specific dialogues, […]

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The ‘Little Deleuzians’ and ‘Burning (some kind of ) Guattari’ thingamajig. Some Comments. 

I am enjoying the description inherent in AGENT SWARM’s last few posts. While his project works on a different plane, if you will, than mine, one of the issues I constantly address is why or what I am doing when I reference some ‘great Big’ philosophical names. Am I referencing as proof, or am I […]

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Repost of Brassier on Land.

There are two interesting things going on here: One is meknowing what the hell this repost is saying, and Two, that when it makes sense, the attempt to apply it to real life, to reality, makes you undetstand that it is utterly theoretical. In other words, when im going about my daily activity, the sense […]

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coincidence? 

Sometimes sychronicity is the only way to have any meaning at all. Sometimes things just make sense because that is what is occurring. The issue is meaning.  Hmmm. Where have i heard that before? REPOST:  (For some reason, it wouldnt let me repost right to his site. Hopefully you can find it.)  Our current hierarchical […]

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Crash Space and the Move to a ‘Science’ (of the Subject): To Ping or Not to Ping, Phenomenology and Observer Effects. REPOST

  THREE POUND BRAIN Im finding has got some cool observations, often a manner of approach that seems insightful. In the discussion of a philosophical scientism, the post below appears to me to indicate more a datum, a kind of data point, over a semantic content. If we hold to the idea that indeed we […]

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