Old Secret

October 3, 2013

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Like a fire that produces ashes but in the sift that you don’t think about midway through its burn, is it a secret with the old that as they get older the imaginary nature of their being, the ashes, becomes more obvious to them?

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Islands in exile

October 1, 2013

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Literature is the imaginary island that we are in the habit of constantly leaving, to go elsewhere; it is lived in without the space it inhabits ever being occupied.  It is left without first being entered.  What do I remember of where not reading took me?

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TV Free

June 28, 2013

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In the community of the free the ultimate endorsement throws a handshape through the empty bottle

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In the laboratory of the void

September 23, 2012

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In a scientific community of one, I understand that God exists – or doesn’t exist – when that community faces its final and least reportable experience.  As an atheist in the discovery of the void, which stands in God’s place, there is a voidal afterlife, but I can never  make in the discovery of ‘existence’ any sense of what […]

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To what degree is a shake of the fist postmodern?

September 23, 2012

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The raised fist of victory. Does it exist in the present day world? Is there such a thing as victory – ?

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The Deformation

June 18, 2012

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Postmodernism is a deformation (The Deformation). The loss of confidence in, faith in, Men who have a Narrative, in the understanding of the rational project, not voluntarily – it is not as in the Modernist aesthetic – since it marks a flight from reality – brings us to the main issue: is it a car is it a boat […]

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The Ad: a superlative function

May 21, 2012

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One of advertising’s useful functions is that it destroys the reality of the superlative.

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The postmodern population

May 21, 2012

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Certain scales defeat our ability to represent them. Subsequently it is impossible to impose on them concepts of hierarchy. For example, on the aesthetics of the supermarket. The petrol pump.  There is no superlative for a packet of cornflakes. (Warhol) (The ‘Hatch’ in Lost.)

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A myth: artificial intelligence

January 7, 2012

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The myth of the golem also expresses a scientific principle, oddly enough.  Beginning from that which is ‘dead’ an alive thing  is made.  Are we to say: being alive requires that which doesn’t exist to be in force, that is, a myth?  The existence of the living implies the logic of myth.

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The Generic as Real

October 10, 2011

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It might be possible to speak of the synaesthesia of fiction.

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