12/26/2007

cours des vincennessssssssssssss alorrrrrrrrrrrzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

which seminars did you? I was at last ones. Yes. with Genevieve. you never told me that. you never asked. and the promenade with Clare? Hmm well that be another narrative.It was a certain lady B...before her time was rolling spoken into the dust of desire


Extrait d'un cours de Gilles Deleuze filmé à Vincennes par Marielle Burkhalter.

les splendeurs de delires.... etce... ahgggggggggggggggsz



orging her thumb to antigone... taxied to dancer ... was

antigone giveth parlez vous en francais les jeunes amants ca brise comme les amants de ...leman lewomban... alors alor... Orphee descende tres vites. .. Ca bouge, non? ... alor... alors... on voir ... les choses... rorphee descende antigone goneorpheedecelle les parapluies et ici on voit des choses ... tres clair... tres Clare...

12/18/2007

Couleurs d'antioedipe


Antioedipus colour limit? limned
when Anti see she see territoire. marque. marquee. désir sans corps, et corps sans desir, ou machine sans corps sans dessin! et sans Dasein!

When we see how an animal marks its territory ... which is involved in the marking of its territory, ... it is a series of postures, a variety of colors, songs, [..], there are the three determinations of art. Colors, lines, songs, it is art in its purest form ! When they come out of their territory, or when they come back into their territory, the territory ... is the properties of the animal, and to leave the territory is to venture into an unknown country. Therefore, with Felix [...] we built a concept that I like very much. Because the territory is defined only by the movement through which it is left, we need a word, even it is seemingly barbaric, to describe this concept. This is the concept of dis-territorialization. [...]

It's
sometimes necessary to invent a word, in order to reflect a new concept. And this new concept is that there is no territory without a way to leave it. There is no exit, no dedeisterritorialization without an effort to re-rere-re-territorialize elsewhere.... Yes yes, what

And what fascinates me here is the whole area of the signs, reception of signs, utterance of signs that this territory implements. The animal, for me, is fundamentally a being on the lookout, (

Claire Parnet: "As the writer ?
. . The writer is on the lookout yes, the philosopher is on the lookout, it's terrible ... this existence on the lookout ... he writes for readers, . . "for" . . it means two things, it means "intend to" and "in place of". [...] When we wrote it is not a small private affair ... it is embarking on a universal affair ... it is pushing language and syntax to a certain limit, the limit that separates the language of silence, of music, of something that would be . . the whining [...................]"

12/17/2007

Guattari on....

Guattari once wrote I have seen many travellos. He referred to the travel along body without organs.
I too hve seen thus. Also seen numerous arseholes, paranoiacs, and those who are parasites. Little oedipii cacas coming along the body without organs try stealing energy. depressives, paranoiacs. crybabye.

Moi _ Je Je suis multiple.


My work 's never been a literary machine as such.

12/08/2007

letter of guy debo[a]rderer to Antioedipus _ the secret collection!

Dear Radio -- you have upset this guy who thinks he is
like Deleuze. Now you see he is comparing himself with
Deleuze and being paranoiac by quoting a letter. As if
we had not read that book a long time ago. Radio you
are not spam as he says, but you are doing the good
things for the list. This guy, this american
translator he wants to be a big thinker and be like
Prof. Deleuze. He's not and some real thinkers would
not be so proud and compare with their egos the same
one as Deleuze. That is nuts and paranoiac! Its more
good he tries to think about the Holy Grail of that
British comdeian who made the Holy Grail .. It's where
he found that quotation in his letter. I dont know why
you say all that to Eldorra but its cool. But dont be
shy to tell us more stuff, gossip and stories about
those guys and some women too who said shit about
Guttari and Deleuze. You know a latin translater is
not so important as his thing he was translating....
But me, I never even read this guy who wrote back mad
to you. But you must be right, because he sounds like
a resentful guy with no real jobs to accomplish on the
highest levels.

Okay.
Salut.
Guy

12/05/2007

hmmm a partial organ folding

than g oodn

e ss yer partia organ


s parted. as fold ing

ariel twit twit the ring

As Antioedipus


twanged the pate on durative rol l

11/26/2007

Catch this Eurydice


Catch this One Eurydice its said is reaved of light. her ass bouncing to hell. A bit muchdont ya think when the world. captures hate each hourglass 's ought to be mated by open desire machies


"till Eurydice

reaved of light


flew to the shades;"

11/24/2007

doctor s chizoanalysis

e pink panther

Be like the Pink Panther and your loves will be like the wasp and the orchid, the cat and the baboon.

_______________________
-- G.Deleuze and/or F.Guattari
A Thousand Plateaus (p.25)

11/23/2007

synthosophia

synthosophia
The synthesizer, with its operation of consistency, has taken the place of the ground in a priori synthetic judgement: its synthesis is of the molecular and the cosmic, material and force, not form and matter, Grund and territory. Philosophy is no longer synthetic judgement; it is like a thought synthesiser functioning to make thought travel, make it mobile, make it a force of the Cosmos (in the same way one makes sound travel).
_______________________
-- G.Deleuze and/or F.Guattari
A Thousand Plateaus (p.343)

this an

shit
Artaud puts it well: all writing is so much pig shit--that is to say, any literature that takes itself as an end or sets ends for itself, instead of being a process that "ploughs the crap of being and its language," transports the weak, the aphasiacs, the illiterate.
_______________________
-- G.Deleuze and/or F.Guattari
Anti-Oedipus (p.134)
desire of a despot's desire
[T]he signifier is merely the deterritorialized sign itself. The sign made letter. Desire no longer dares to desire, having become a desire of desire, a desire of the despot's desire. The mouth no longer speaks, it drinks the letter. The eye no longer sees, it reads. The body no longer allows itself to be engraved like the earth, but postrates itself before the engravings of the despot, the region beyond the earth, the new full body.
_______________________
-- G.Deleuze and/or F.Guattari
Anti-Oedipus (p.206)

11/19/2007

Cyborg Nietzsche: Conscience, Affect, Transvaluation « Fractal Ontology

Cyborg Nietzsche: Conscience, Affect, Transvaluation « Fractal Ontology



, fucked again
There are those who will maintain that the schizo is incapable of uttering the word I, and that we must restore his ability to pronounce this hallowed word. All of which the schizo sums up by saying: they're fucking me over again.

10/29/2007

desireitng_ deisrei

"Desiring-machines are the nonhuman sex, ________________>font-family comic sans ms

this maketh for real comic fonting fountain of read
"Desiring-machines are the nonhuman sex,<
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the molecular machinic elements, their arrangements
and their synthesis, without which there would be neither
a human sex specifically determined in the large aggregates,
nor a human sexuality capable of investing these aggregates...

Deleuze & Guattari, Anti-Oedipus, 294=plateaus 1972



Desiring-machines are the nonhuman sex,


the molecular machinic elements, their arrangements
and their synthesis, without which there would be neither
a human sex specifically determined in the large aggregates,
nor a human sexuality capable of investing these aggreg



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that is what
Mona
Learned
around
her
Urned


....

Mouth
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u

caring
yer
closing
clip

10/25/2007

terrrible

Terrrrible alphabet of memory
Nietzche says: it is a matter of creating a memory for man; and man, who was constituted by means of an active faculty of forgetting, by means of a repression of biological memory, must create an other memory, one that is collective, a memory of words and no longer a memory of things, a memory of signs and no longer of effects. This organization, which traces its signs directly on the body, constitutes a system of cruelty, a terrible alphabet....

THeE FamIly ASS
he family is at the same time an anus that retains, a voice that resounds, and a mouth that consumes: its very own three syntheses, since it is a matter of connecting desire to the ready-made objects of social production. Go buy madelines in Combray if you really want to feel the vibration. _______________________












desire of a despot's desire
[T]he signifier is merely the deterritorialized sign itself. The sign made letter. Desire no longer dares to desire, having become a desire of desire, a desire of the despot's desire. The mouth no longer speaks, it drinks the letter. The eye no longer sees, it reads. The body no longer allows itself to be engraved like the earth, but postrates itself before the engravings of the despot, the region beyond the earth, the new full body.
_______________________
-- G.Deleu



ze and/or F



.Guattari

Anti-Oe




dipus
(p.




206)

10/24/2007

lowerrrrrrrrrrrrrrhiiiiiigherrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

JILL SAID :Anality does not represent a lower requiring conversion to a higher. It is the anus itself that ascends on high, under the conditions (which we must analyze) of its removal from the field, conditions that do not presuppose sublimation, since on the contrary >sublimation results from them.


Mona read:

It is not the anal that presents itself for sublimation, it is sublimation in its entirety that is anal; moreover, the simplest critique of sublimation is the fact that it does not by any means rescue us from the shit



FANNY FELT only the mind is capable of shitting). "Anality is all the

greater once the anus is disinvested. The libido is indeed the essence of desire; but when the libido becomes abstract quantity, the elevated and disinvested anus produces the global persons and the specific egos that serve this same quantity as units of measure







Shit happiness




10/23/2007

|Schizoanalysis

Fresh faced .... chronic smokers Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari

again self conscious investing the libido cathexing the shiving of death. Captial schizophrenia my pal, the temple of gloomy goblination. Personifictation


1972 _ year of Reading Artaud , so yer knight's a day

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but hefted site begin ray

10/12/2007

: Colloque L'anti-oedipe [Poiters, 2005]

the machines are not metaphors. they knock metaphor. out.of place. assemblage. neither figurative nor in the proper sense are we speaking of machine.... machine are the form of multiplicity?






Département de Philosophie organise dans le cadre des activités communes du master du Sud-Ouest de la France un workshop sur l'Anti-Oedipe de Deleuze et Guattari (avec François Zourabichvili, Anne Sauvagnargues, François Dosse, Stéphane Nadaud, Charles Ramond, Pierre Montebello, Jean-Christophe Goddard).

Date : 02 et 03 décembre 2005






Coupure-flux, désir et production, N. CORNIBERT
Coupure-flux, désir et production, A. FRANCOIS -Questions/Réponses
Capitalisme et schizophrénie, F. CAEYMAEX
Capitalisme et schizophrénie, G. SIBERTIN-BLANC
Capitalisme et schizophrénie, S. LEGRAND
Le corps sans organes, P. MONTEBELLO
Le corps sans organes, A. SAUVAGNARGUES -Questions/Réponses
Le corps sans organes, R. ARSENIE ZAMFIR
Le corps sans organes, C. RICHARD -Questions/Réponses
Schizo-analyse et psychanalyse, C. RAMOND
Schizo-analyse et psychanalyse, J.C GODDARD -Questions/Réponses
Territoires du capitalisme, C. MIHALI et E. CIOC -Questions/Réponses
Le mode d'écriture de l'anti-Oedipe, A. BOUANICHE
Le mode d'écriture de l'anti-Oedipe, F. ZOURABICHVILI
Table ronde -F. DOSSE -S. NADAUD -Questions/Réponses

found at Naxox by way of ...


10/08/2007

Mona


____________
Mona eraved her lunatic a popping sudden ruth to control as was buried the seed of bran hipping time ,its gamey pulcritudes, its massive thrombosis of column and pilaster as her lip to Fanny sowed the thigh of Yes.



fictions3
radiodeleuze
onethousandblogsfictions2
fictions
theguattaricomplex
IJeanGenet

_____________________
between fold _ folding unfolding golding ringing rare as its swoon as her face as preface to the tonnage of night its wound was

DeSiRing machines

10/07/2007

economic

Perceval Percipient knight clogging along horse to shut shit in with avenail the ruth gathering geese to her apocalyptic plane. Was she immanence to her hair? as was in heavening so shall be earthed across the plane

poverty is economic so is love's dastard glove. not mustard to her chew year. was perpetual plane of symphony

As was in Perceval a knight stung inthe Eye. Ever in the Hair. A fragment booth. For paring her cock and carnivorous rave.

everything is economic Anti, everything even thanks giviing, love, travel, all. no reason feeling envious empty abandoned. its how it is . not personal just economic and between it all You and your traveling self.

as love was a boarding pass you could not get on
embark. left off ,, catched by the food bank ||

lunatics i've known.
luacttics you've grown blossomed held port to your shipping bay ~

as when a shelf fall over on its arse. death come like a campaign.

10/06/2007

hans richter filmstudy 1926




l'Académie des Beaux-Arts de Berlin (1908), puis à l'Académie de Weimar (1909).
En 1916, Hans Richter arrive à Zurich et adhère au mouvement Dada. Dans la foulée d’Eggeling et de Walter Ruttmann il commence à travailler sur le support animé.
Il sera proche De Stijl à Berlin dans les années vingt. Une première phase d’expérimentation se termine avec Film Studie (1926), c'est un cinéma purement abstrait. Par la suite il se rapproche des surréalistes dans un film comme Vormittagspuk (Jeux de chapeaux , 1928). Après l’avènement du nazisme Richter dut se cantonner dans les films publicitaires, puis il se réfugia en U.R.S.S.
Il continua sa carrière aux États Unis à partir de 1940

where he died in 1976, dig that mIster Antioedipus
___________________________
and how about this?
eh, Anti?


Interview de l'artiste et philosophe Michel Journiac sur le sujet du syndrome de désynchronisation chronique suivit d'un commentaire du Pr.Frougniac sur les dangers de cette maladie.

10/03/2007

TealArt » Deleuzeian: Desiring Machines

At a glance interesting work being done by this person. I swept over it fast. Mona, say go yes, yes go . Its here there, and teal yer tea.Intelligence is always good, as rewarding to shovel the deep out.


TealArt » Deleuzeian: Desiring Machines: "Deleuzeian: Desiring Machines by tycho garren @ 08 June 2007 • add to del.icio.us • zero comments Categorization: The Academy This is the second installment in my ongoing series on Anti-Oedipus by Giles Delueze and Felix Guattari. For more information read the Introduction and my_ first installment regarding a part Foucault’s preface to the book. I didn’t want to spend too much time going over “old territory” (for me) in Anti Oedipus, but I think a little bit more of background would be helpful as we produce. I’ve tried to pull out the parts of the first chapter that really stuck with me, now, almost a year after I read them for the first time. This post introduces Deleuze and Guatteri’s ideas about desiring production, recording machines, and breakages. These, at least to me, are the fundamental ideas from chapter one1, and some of the most useful ideas that I carried with me as I went on to read further in the book. First off, desire and production. This stuff is the foundation of their Marx/Freud synthesis, and I think rather than unproblematically append parts of Freud to Marx (or vice versa), they treat psychoanalysis with the kind of skepticism that it deserves, and are able to establish a very workable “common language.”


Some ways this be redundant, but then agen depend where you be at with it. I prefer not say Bartelby scrivener schizo as wan the pad was locked the lily its soothsome gaze. as was gaze, the night autumn rolling past. PretenderS to autism need not apply . Everyone know autistics dont do the ferocious thing false pretender do.

What say she was wished the claimed  was borderline schizo? was she shut up in gaze of travel around plane? Not a plane of consistency, sure enough. One need poetry to reply to this not prose dull bore flat commentary as perusual perusal people want to explain but she hate common sense.
See


see k the uncommon vision of splitting lover path eye cube of rod win.

9/25/2007

lock...

Lock stock and barrel she fell. As any wish. Stood by fill and feel her weight on her head. Necked by woo held by coo-ed. If that was the tender summer night. Her nightingale was glamoring its


More to come yet more and to come announced her




Her



Yes


So Anti sang her

Antigone




ragamouf

I like this scholary non-scholarly apparatus

ragMOP!

ragamouf

Sep 21
Permalink From Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari we take the related idea of the interweaving of musical and existential refrains (Deleuze and Guattari, 1987: 310ff; Stivale, 2003; Murphie, 1996; Tagg, 1994). In this context, a refrain is ‘any kind of rhythmic pattern any repetition, musical or otherwise that stakes out a territory’ (Bogue, 2003: 17). Refrains — and the mixing of refrains — not only produce new musics but at the same moment produce new cultural territories, holding them together (or dismantling old ones).

Refrains have three aspects. First, they emerge from the desire to reassemble a context. For example, ‘a child in the dark, gripped with fear, comforts himself by singing under his breath::::


MachinE mUsical e delirante

and see what anaxferus has made ...

We're very happy with what Anaxferus has done to our face undoing its image blocked out & in its place invented a bloc of non-visage faciality.... defacing .. what was image...






Somewhere's in a fiction He wrote Jill and Franny wrote their first at 12.

9/20/2007

Schizo's Web et DeFaire le Visage

Schizo's Web

SCHIZOANALYSIS: to EkBufalo
Reading Alan Taylor on the Internet




"Above all, the observation must be made that schizoanalysis is
first and foremost a reactive, vital, non-structural approach to
which Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari resort in order to better
evaluate the "post-modern" subject (who, consequently, is
"schizophrenized"; that is, liberated from the artificial "encoding"
structures of psychoanalysis).
As Deleuze and Guattari point out, schizoanalysis has one
"negative" task and two "positive" ones. The former consists of
"deconstructing psychoanalysis" by means of revealing (first
                                                                       positive task) the "desiring machines oppressed by the forces of
Oedipus and society" (coding exerted by Law Enforcement and the
                                                           institutionalizing of madness).
Schizoanalysis "second positive task" is to free desiring
production in all directions. The subject must follow his "natural"
course toward "disintegration." Disintegration meaning the internal
disconnection in relation to pyramidal "stratification." The subject's
movement must be a horizontal one, toward the creation and
exploitation of new potentialities. How does he/we do that?
Through haecceity, the acknowledgement "that everything is in
constant flux."
Therefore the subject loses his "subjectivity" (or his is-ness).
He is no longer a subject, at least not as a "stasis-noun." By
inserting his self in the flux which is "his (repressed) essentiality,"
he becomes mask, the moving, becoming existence to which no
permanent code can be assigned . That is to say, the subject
becomes the "body-without-organs"—Michael Jackson or
Acephalous. The fixed subject loses his head (psychoanalysis
favorite dungeon for torture) and becomes "rhizome." The social
pyramid is substituted by the labyrinth at the same time that the individual's "tree" is replaced by "grass." As Deleuze and Guattari put it, flux is the essential is-ness of the universe. And it has remained so despite its being oppressed by the "stratum" whose function is territorialization: to give form and to control, "imprisoning intensities, locking singularities into systems." The subject beyond Oedipus, the non-Oedipal subject, the resisting subject, fluent and undefinable is schizophrenic by nature, schizophrenic being a static-noun imposed by psychoanalysis to all of those who resist "coding" by its "totalizing theory." A "totalizing theory," as defined by Alan Taylor in his "Wanderings and Reflections on Deleuze and Guattari," is an all-powerful, fascist-like construction of the world to which we must adapt (by"Le racisme européen comme prétention de l'homme blanc n'a jamais procédé par exclusion, ni assignation de quelqu'un désigné comme Autre: ce serait plutôt dans les sociétés primitives qu'on saisit l'étranger comme un "autre". Le racisme procède par déteremination des écarts de déviance, en fonction du visage Homme blanc qui prétend intégrer dans des ondes de plus en plus excentriques et retardées les traits qui ne sont pas conformes, tantôt pour les tolérer à telle place et dans telles conditions, dans tel ghetto, tantôt pour les effacer sur le mur qui ne supporte jamais l'altérité. Du point de vue de racisme, il n'y a pas d'extérieur, il n'y a pas de gens du dehors. Il n'y a que des gens qui devraient être comme nous, et dont le crime et de ne pas l'être." allowing our own territorialization via its enforced codes) and sheepishly believe. Architecturally speaking, such construction is pyramidal. A progressive building of cities, laws and cathedrals (or skyscrapers) which are the representational, Platonic double of the vertical evolutionary-genealogical chain . A "schizophrenized" subject, a subject beyond representation, must seek to pour through the "lines of flight," or breaks, or fractures, in the "strata." He must perform the complete erasure of the boundaries clearly marked by Aristotelian tradition and challenge the old, conservative Being upon which these limits are rooted: the Phallus must fall and genders bent in order to dissolve and disperse the "identity" of the subject construed by, and in obedience to, authority—the authority of Being! Such is the task
necessary to carry out the rupture of the "safe" evolutionary chain
of domineering Being—as seen in the film Jurassic Park. Life finds
the way to break free.
The objective of schizoanalysis is to provoke the discovery of
these lines of flight by means of haecceity and to pursue them falling
into the flux leaving behind Sigmund Freud and Charles Darwin
and all of the monumental, institutional structures of power:
evolution, history and archetypes (upon which the whole "Oedipal
edifice" is built) are only the dead, artificial codes of an oppressive,
repressive logic to whom life (real life) escapes; a logic to which we
have too easily grown accustomed to, frightened as we are to live,
safe inside ourselves, dragging the crutches of a fragmented identity
imposed from, and by, the outside so to pull our maimed humanity
out of bed each morning into a world where nothing is at stake,
where we gamble nothing. Schizoanalysis should aim at the
creation of new potentialities where everyone survives by
assembling new desiring machines within the eternal renovation of
the universe.
Survival should not be the exclusive privilege of the fittest,
but should also include those whose cunning and fleetingness have
enable them to defeat their former master, the fittest, and
consequently the grammar to which the very notions of fitness,
strenght, and domination are indebted; those who insert themselves
into the flux, discover they are desiring machines and transform
through metamorphosis and mutation into mask.
Michael Jackson equals capitalism because he himself became
"desiring production"—hence the need for the emergence of
psychoanalysis' coding to construct—shape—him as a pervert,
child molester, or whatever.
Desiring production is nothing more than the universe's
resort (which inhabits all of us—insofar as we are body-without-
organs) to restore uniqueness and novelty at every moment."


Harrison Mujica-Jenkins

____________
Mona Crrrrrrrrrraved her lunatic a popping sudden ruth to control as was buried the seed of bran hipping time ,its gamey pulcritudes, its massive thrombosis of column and pilaster as her lip to Fanny sowed the thigh of Yes.


__________________________________________________________

9/19/2007

Diálogo Filosófico



Diálogo: Deleuze & Guattarri como possíveis libertadores platônicos. (less)
Category Comedy



❝Partout des machines productrices ou désirantes, les machines
schizophrènes, toute la vie générique: moi et non-moi, extérieur et intérieur
ne veulent plus rien dire.


❝Contre la psychanalyse nous n’avons dit que deux choses:
elle casse toutes les productions de désir, elle écrase
toutes les formations d’énoncés.

Gilles Deleuze - Apologia d(e)i (C)reato(ri)




Cosa vuol dire?
Vuol dire che fintanto sei frainteso sei in qualche maniera inteso.
Ma è nel momento in cui smetti di anche di essere frainteso che scateni la reazione nell'altro.
Soprattutto se costui percepisce che qualcosa da intendere c'è in quel che dici e che a lui proprio non riesce in alcun modo di intenderlo.
Ed a maggior ragione se capisce che qualcun altro a differenza di lui lo intende.
Non c'è nulla di più pericoloso che costringere qualcuno a non poter fare a meno di sentirsi stupido.
E di norma si sa che più uno è stupido più è convinto di non esserlo - e viceversa.
Da qui la reazione "da stupido" che inevitabilmente scatena minare la sua presunta intelligenza.
E allora è di gran lunga preferibile essere considerati stupidi dagli stupidi ed essere calunniati di conseguenza, che mettere in condizione gli stupidi di sentirsi stupidi.
Ne va talvolta della "nostra" incolumità fisica.
Non v'è miglior chiosa a quanto ora detto che ricorrere ancora una volta ad una aforisma di Wilde...

Non v'è peccato al di fuori della stupidità

Chi ha orecchie per (fra)intendere (fra)intenda.


Rosario Tedesco

9/17/2007

in delirium...

In delirium (I feel that) I become God, I become woman, I was Joan of Arc, and I am Heliogable, and the Great Mogul, a Chinese, an Indian, a Templar, I was my father and I was my son. And all criminals....

Giles Deleuze and Felix Guattari, L'Anti-Oedipe (1972)

yea Mona become god become godling forest track Joan of arcing as when I am Heliogable great Mogul... and become an assyrian kingdom a bedroom of bevel ... of father


But not mama papa no this line of breakage as when a fast car caves in tonight greeting the winging wind...




9/13/2007

chaque fois




Chaque fois que le désir est trahi, maudit, arraché
à son champ d’immanence, il y a un prêtre là-dessous.
Le prêtre a lancé la triple malédiction sur le désir:
celle de la loi négative, celle de la règle extrinsèque,
celle de l’idéal transcendant. Tourné vers le nord,
le prêtre a dit: Désir est manque (comment ne manquerait-il
pas de ce qu’il désire?).[…] Puis, tourné vers le sud, le prêtre
a rapporté le désir au plaisir. Car il y a des prêtres
hédonistes et même orgastiques.[…] Le plaisir-décharge:
le prêtre opère le second sacrifice nommé masturbation.
Puis, tourné vers l’est, il s’écrie: Jouissance est impossible,
mais l’impossible jouissance est inscrite dans le désir.
Car tel est l’Idéal, en son impossibilité même, «le manque-àjouir
qu’est la vie».[…] La figure la plus récente du prêtre
est le psychanalyste avec ses trois principes, Plaisir,
Mort et Réalité.
❝Partout des machines productrices ou désirantes, les machines
schizophrènes, toute la vie générique: moi et non-moi, extérieur et intérieur
ne veulent plus rien dire.
❝Contre la psychanalyse nous n’avons dit

9/09/2007

entrance into life’s so narrow & the exit’s so wide


Entrances life narrow exit wide? she say what is mid-riff yer girth's guts. Too short detraque love bud her fast walk subway . Same time her image is a serving to beauty's fast feast .Paranoia's foresight. Alarmism! they call'd but they went to gaol. I on theE other hand,went to Gail.

So let start in the middle baby, you meet me there, and I'll meet you here. Or her[e] [t]here . Oof Poof!

Dear dear Fanny mon amour _ ageing saging swift quick: ageing quick, according to Fanny, on the contrary...that patience which really allows the grasping of all the speeds which pass. ... yes, yes the patience of speed. Temperature as opposed to temperment. Easy to say, easy to remind, easier to write, as to do, what is to do for us, my berry berry Frannyfoo~ J't'aime.
Deconner mon frere yes we wander knowing this. As will to wish is want to will, so glovers peak their trestle hell bound down bent ~ .

Flight delirium of across sky.
On the lectern right track left track traque .

comment of your mouth in these thighs. her whoredom in palidromia is floor boards, mattresses and cake. All for these teeth, and her ass.

9/02/2007

Monsieur Artaud, you're raving!

Artaud himself tells us as much: "I wanted a theatre that would be like
a shock treatment, galvanize, shock people into feeling.'' In another passage ...


Monsieur Artaud, you're raving!: "'Sorceresses Reborn' website Monsieur Artaud, you are raving! The executioners are still around Andréine & Bernard Bel Seminar: In Homage to Antonin Artaud Delhi University & National School of Drama New Delhi, January 1997. Part of this text was published in a brochure by the Embassy of France in India (D. Sarfaty-Varma, ed.), p.36. Antonin Artaud was prompt at rejecting floating abstractions, beliefs, common-sense and the glorified gobbledygook that passes for mental sanity among ordinary citizens. He was a threat to 'normal' people, although less as an eccentric or a drug addict (like many visionary artists) than in his way of unsettling the communicative functions of language. Ah, these states that are never named, these eminent positions of the soul, ah, these intermissions of the mind, ah, these minuscule failures which are the nourishment of my hours, ah, this population teeming with facts -- I always use the same words and really I don't seem to advance very much in my thinking, but actually I am advancing more than you, bearded asses, pertinent pigs, masters of the false word, wrappers of portraits, serial writers, groundlings, cattle raisers, entomologists, plague of my speech. From 1937 to 1946 Artaud was detained in psychiatric hospitals. He was administered insulin"


From 1937 to 1946 Artaud was detained in psychiatric hospitals. He was administered insulin therapy and nearly fifty electric shocks provoking states of coma (and even causing the fracture of a dorsal vertebra). His case adds to a notorious list of achievements of "scientific" mental cure, with Vaslav Nijinsky, Camille Claudel, Vincent van Gogh, Friedrich Nietzsche, Soren Kierkegaard, Wilhelm Reich, Freud's patient Daniel Paul Schreiber, etc. Indeed, none of these cases occurred in a totalitarian state. Yet they did not prompt significant reactions from the intelligentsia their victims belonged to. There was (and still is) a tacit consensus regarding the logical end of a deviant, disturbing and unpredictable behaviour, and psychiatry appeared (appears) the inevitable and dependable solution. In 1939, the great Jacques Lacan |who so many praise as having more insight than Freud and Jung, had examined Artaud and told Roger Blin:

He's fixed, he will live up till eighty years of age, he won't write a line any more, he's fixed.



Even Freud knew better than to meddle with the process of the artist psyche.

Jung would have heard lines of intelligence in the "ravings" of Artaud.





Artaud fixed ? like some poor dumb cat? _ Like shit.

Artaud (1947):

So, society has strangled in its asylums all those it wanted to get rid of or protect itself from, because they refused to become its accomplices in certain great nastiness.

(...) And this is how modern life maintains its old atmosphere of debauchery, anarchy, disorder, delirium, derangement, chronic insanity, bourgeois inertia, psychic anomaly (for it is not man but the world which has become abnormal), deliberate dishonesty and notorious hypocrisy, stingy contempt for everything that shows breeding, (...) in short, of organised crime.

Artaud's argument with his physician in Rodez (who was combining electroconvulsive therapy with "art-therapy") is revealed in the account:

I reminded Dr. Ferdière that I had been in Mexico, and I had climbed up a mountain on horseback during six days to meet a race of indian sorcerers living at the altitude of six thousand meters, that I had found them but had endured numberless spells during 28 days, the impressions of which I had consigned in my little book "A Voyage to the Land of the Tarahumara." (...)

He answered: No, you were not bewitched by those indians, it is delirium to believe it, and since your delirium still makes you believe it I am going to write to your friend Jean Paulhan that I intend to administer you a new series of electric shocks.

-- I told him, come on, you've read this book, you've put it into your library as one of the best writings ever done in French since long, so you said, and now you are telling me you are going to treat me for having written it...

-- Indeed, he replied, because I am here to straighten out your poetry.

Artaud saw in Vincent van Gogh a faithful replica of his own torment. After the painter's suicide he wrote:

Dr. Gachet would not tell van Gogh that he was there to straighten out his painting (...) but he used to send him to paint from nature, and bury himself in a landscape to escape the pain of thinking.

Except that, as soon as van Gogh had turned his back, Dr. Gachet turned off the switch of his mind.

(...) I myself spent nine years in an insane asylum and I never had the obsession of suicide, but I know that each conversation with a psychiatrist, every morning at the time of his visit, made me want to hang myself, realising that I would not be able to cut his throat.

In Artaud's view, van Gogh had been "suicided by society" (the "executioners"):

Besides, one does not commit suicide by oneself.

No one has ever been born by oneself.

No one dies by oneself either.

This may be related to the (late) awakening of psychiatrists acknowledging an ineluctable relationship between presumed psychic disorders and social rejection or submission. In 1986, Prof. Edouard Zarifian stated:

Delirium requires at least two persons, as it arises from the other's judgment, and that judgment is based on the socio-cultural norm. At first there is no fundamental difference between the normal and the pathological. Now that I have been around a long time in the practice, I no longer think that one is allowed to say there are mad and normal people: there exist states, that is all.

Nonetheless it is hard to take the popular belief for granted that mental cure has evolved "radically" during the past decades, for the same renovation myth has been proclaimed since the early days of psychiatry. During our animation work in one of the most "advanced" mental cure hospitals in France, in 1992, patients told us the humiliations and punishments they were still enduring.

Neither Heaven nor Hell, if they exist, can do anything against this brutality which they have imposed on me, perhaps so that I may serve them... Who knows?

In any case, in order to lacerate me.

When exorcism had lost credibility, alienated people were thrown to jail, or chained and beaten up in mental asylums. Straitjackets, lobotomy and electric shock treatment were in vogue in Artaud's time (and are occasionally used nowadays). Devices change, but the "executioners" are still around using the ones modern society deems acceptable. Today, the clean and invisible "chemical camisole" of suppressants takes care of preserving cultural and social norms.

When I believed that I was denying this world, I know now that I was denying the Void.

For I know that this world does not exist and I know how it does not exist.

What I have suffered from until now is having denied the Void.

The Void which was already within me.


Read also:

Jon Cogburn's Blog: Theory Critics and Theory-Theory Critics

Jon Cogburn's Blog: Theory Critics and Theory-Theory Critics: ".... t h en I said I didn't think there was any way the distinction could be made correctly, he just walked away (at least he didn't force me to have dozens of shock treatments like the real Lacan did to the hapless Antonin Artaud)."

Mona hath ear from who have earsome to hear. Of shocing Mister Lacan the brutal bastard shocking to near death Mister Artaud. Right, go ahead, try that aloof Lacanian bullshit therapy. Crapola baby, no way to 'treat' yer schizophrenic.

yes, Artaud died on shock therapy table. He speak of that.

9/01/2007

mista ca n c a n

a little crowded in here dont you think Mister Can~Can. When miss boring neurotic drag you into her insecurity neurosis. what room for you & yer flight. yer fancy. yer insecure _ in se_cure __ I see. I see.

her knock was holded character. of between its becomings she cut him. i go she say. agin to cut his heart.

over some antioedipus italiano

8/30/2007

antonin artaud




Taken: 19 September 2006Location: France


Antonin Artaud was prompt at rejecting floating abstractions, beliefs, common-sense and the glorified gobbledygook that passes for mental sanity among ordinary citizens. He was a threat to "normal" people, although less as an eccentric or a drug addict (like many visionary artists) than in his way of unsettling the communicative functions of language.

Ah, these states that are never named, these eminent positions of the soul, ah, these intermissions of the mind, ah, these minuscule failures which are the nourishment of my hours, ah, this population teeming with facts -- I always use the same words and really I don't seem to advance very much in my thinking, but actually I am advancing more than you, bearded asses, pertinent pigs, masters of the false word, wrappers of portraits, serial writers, groundlings, cattle raisers, entomologists, plague of my speech.

From 1937 to 1946 Artaud was detained in psychiatric hospitals. He was administered insulin therapy and nearly fifty electric shocks provoking states of coma (and even causing the fracture of a dorsal vertebra). His case adds to a notorious list of achievements of "scientific" mental cure, with Vaslav Nijinsky, Camille Claudel, Vincent van Gogh, Friedrich Nietzsche, Soren Kierkegaard, Wilhelm Reich, Freud's patient Daniel Paul Schreiber, etc. Indeed, none of these cases occurred in a totalitarian state. Yet they did not prompt significant reactions from the intelligentsia their victims belonged to. There was (and still is) a tacit consensus regarding the logical end of a deviant, disturbing and unpredictable behaviour, and psychiatry appeared (appears) the inevitable and dependable solution. In 1939, Jacques Lacan had examined Artaud and told Roger Blin:

He's fixed, he will live up till eighty years of age, he won't write a line any more, he's fixed.

Artaud (1947):

So, society has strangled in its asylums all those it wanted to get rid of or protect itself from, because they refused to become its accomplices in certain great nastiness.

(...) And this is how modern life maintains its old atmosphere of debauchery, anarchy, disorder, delirium, derangement, chronic insanity, bourgeois inertia, psychic anomaly (for it is not man but the world which has become abnormal), deliberate dishonesty and notorious hypocrisy, stingy contempt for everything that shows breeding, (...) in short, of organised crime.

Artaud's argument with his physician in Rodez (who was combining electroconvulsive therapy with "art-therapy") is revealed in the account:

I reminded Dr. Ferdière that I had been in Mexico, and I had climbed up a mountain on horseback during six days to meet a race of indian sorcerers living at the altitude of six thousand meters, that I had found them but had endured numberless spells during 28 days, the impressions of which I had consigned in my little book "A Voyage to the Land of the Tarahumara." (...)

He answered: No, you were not bewitched by those indians, it is delirium to believe it, and since your delirium still makes you believe it I am going to write to your friend Jean Paulhan that I intend to administer you a new series of electric shocks.

-- I told him, come on, you've read this book, you've put it into your library as one of the best writings ever done in French since long, so you said, and now you are telling me you are going to treat me for having written it...

-- Indeed, he replied, because I am here to straighten out your poetry.

Artaud saw in Vincent van Gogh a faithful replica of his own torment. After the painter's suicide he wrote:

Dr. Gachet would not tell van Gogh that he was there to straighten out his painting (...) but he used to send him to paint from nature, and bury himself in a landscape to escape the pain of thinking.

Except that, as soon as van Gogh had turned his back, Dr. Gachet turned off the switch of his mind.

(...) I myself spent nine years in an insane asylum and I never had the obsession of suicide, but I know that each conversation with a psychiatrist, every morning at the time of his visit, made me want to hang myself, realising that I would not be able to cut his throat.

In Artaud's view, van Gogh had been "suicided by society" (the "executioners"):

Besides, one does not commit suicide by oneself.

No one has ever been born by oneself.

No one dies by oneself either.

This may be related to the (late) awakening of psychiatrists acknowledging an ineluctable relationship between presumed psychic disorders and social rejection or submission. In 1986, Prof. Edouard Zarifian stated:

Delirium requires at least two persons, as it arises from the other's judgement, and that judgement is based on the socio-cultural norm. At first there is no fundamental difference between the normal and the pathological. Now that I have been around a long time in the practice, I no longer think that one is allowed to say there are mad and normal people: there exist states, that is all.

Nonetheless it is hard to take the popular belief for granted that mental cure has evolved "radically" during the past decades, for the same renovation myth has been proclaimed since the early days of psychiatry. During our animation work in one of the most "advanced" mental cure hospitals in France, in 1992, patients told us the humiliations and punishments they were still enduring.

Neither Heaven nor Hell, if they exist, can do anything against this brutality which they have imposed on me, perhaps so that I may serve them... Who knows?

In any case, in order to lacerate me.

When exorcism had lost credibility, alienated people were thrown to jail, or chained and beaten up in mental asylums. Straitjackets, lobotomy and electric shock treatment were in vogue in Artaud's time (and are occasionally used nowadays). Devices change, but the "executioners" are still around using the ones modern society deems acceptable. Today, the clean and invisible "chemical camisole" of suppressants takes care of preserving cultural and social norms.

When I believed that I was denying this world, I know now that I was denying the Void.

For I know that this world does not exist and I know how it does not exist.

What I have suffered from until now is having denied the Void.

The Void which was already within me.

___________________-------------------------------------------


Its really too bad Artaud didn't meet Laing, or Guattari say. and so many others, lost in psychiatrese captivity, its double swindler blackmail.



some links to alternatives to usual idiotic approach human suffering.

Thomas Szasz has worked tirelessly for 40 years to demystify misleading and restrictive ideas of psychiatric theory and practice_

theszaszblog

as did Joe Berkes and Mary Barnes: Berkes was a colleague of R.D.Laing and Mary Barnes his most celebrated patient.

R.D. Laing

laingsociety

et

laing

Finally Artaud

detherapeutize d : is what we wish and in A/O Guattari et Deleuze on fait ca ~ .


Systematic Disorganisation

'When I was a child, I was, so to speak, in pieces; really a little schizo around the edges. I spent years trying to put myself back together again. My only thing was, I would pull myself along different pieces of realities in doing it.'
Felix Guattari (1995), Chaosophy, ed. Sylvere Lotringer, New York: Semiotext[e].

Felix Guattari

Les agencements d'observation

"Il n'y a pas un observateur, mais des agencements d'observation, des agencements qui relèvent chacun de leur propre système cartographique"

"Agencement" means organisation

Felix Guattari, "La thérapie familiale en changement" à paraître aux éditions E.S.F. sous la direction de Mony ELKAIM.

via
bookofsand2006

8/29/2007

review of the antioedipus paper...s at

Felix Guattari 's


The devil has no name and no shape . . . the sign of thecross is the infinitive of deterritorialization . . . noise and the dog's fury ...





This review of The Antioedipus Papers


Book Review--how do you 'know' Mona "knew?"
Mona knew Pierre-Felix de Guattari was the knight of the red cross crisscrossing the allegory of symbol snake and signifiance ~ the expression con - The Anti-Oedipus Papersby

Felix GuattariSemiotext(e), 2006Review by Charles T. Wolfe, Ph.D.Aug 28th 2007

tent dance of despot repot and complot. Love was all. Roitournelle de jour ~ .

8/27/2007

cyberrepublic » Blog Archive » Internet protocol, decentralization, rhizome

as wonder to wonder her rose to decoompose roiling text where foun d her heart's self broken broken broken in the spoken in spoken spoken spoken
spoken for heart's jade ?

what'll Jill see as her saviour?

cyberrepublic » Blog Archive » Internet protocol, decentralization, rhizome

struggles with philosophy: hmm

Visit here Mona: see struggle to think. Thinking become de regeur? what sign of thought is this working the knighting day. We are fictions to our flictions. Cutting brief on the gully of high spending.


struggles with philosophy: Paul Patton's Deleuzian freedom (Part 2)




'Here is the second section of Patton's Deleuzian concept of freedom....



Patton on the concept of freedom and V for Vendetta:

Freedom, in terms of life, for Patton is considering life as a series of points at which decisions are made or events are experienced, where critical points are the ‘events’ that ultimately determine the shape of a life. Following Deleuze and Guattari, Patton argues these ‘events’ can be considered in terms of different lines, which produce identity, and are relational to the concept of freedom (or actualisations of freedom). These lines are molar lines, corresponding to rigid segmentation (e.g. man/female), molecular lines, corresponding to fluid overlapping forms of division, and lines of flight, that are paths where things change and become transformed. Rather than use Patton’s example of F. Scott Fitzgerald to illustrate the different lines and critical points (events) of experience, I shall describe them using the film V for Vendetta and the main character V, and then relate them to critical freedom.
In the film V for Vendetta the United Kingdom is ruled by a fascist and totalitarian state, which has gained power through the use of politics of fear. This, mainly, has been achieved through releasing poisonous chemicals on the population, which the government only has the cure for, and then blaming these attacks on terrorists. However, the previous war on terror (in reference to the present one in the ‘real’ world,) is also linked into how the party gain governmental power. They therefore create the sensation of fear within in the state, and claim they can offer security against this terror. This is done through more politics of fear and the curtailing of civil liberties. Those thought to terror the UK are basically regarded as anything non-white, non-heterosexual, and non-British. This describes the molar lines, which represents the segmentation found in bureaucratic and hierarchical institution, ‘creating’ molar identities such as the binary ‘terror threat’ and ‘non-terror threat’, which affirm molar freedoms through molar identity. It also demonstrates that molar lines of segmentation are not fixed, but rather transform through challenges and events, even if this occurs in a reactionary manner.
The character V, who starts/brings the downfall of this government, is a victim of government testing in their attempt to find a cure to the poisonous chemical. These people are some of those rounded up in the reformation and regarded as terror threats. V is the only one to build up a resistance to the poisonous chemical and from him the cure is created. However as a side effect V gains super-human strength, and (more importantly) undergoes other experiences that change him and represent the second line of experience (the molecular line). Now this should be taken at the literal level. The body of V, which holds his mind, goes through physical alterations, through a mixture of the testing and a fire that breaks out at the lab. There are also the other (molecular) transformations of V, where V is changed as a person from reading notes given by the women in the next-door cell. As a culminate effect all the molecular changes that happen to V in the testing facility create a different person, and importantly, a new person emerges that finds new things to care about. This leads onto the third line – the line of flight. "

Flight and yer Murphy kite. Poetry is spelled between the words.

Verdana Mona lived between phonetic G ~ and high sounding J if L to F was her name.

Lit Readings: Deleuze & Guattari and and and ....


Lit Readings: Deleuze & Guattari

what quell? what'll be these names. she nursed cussed . sank her fulcrum right through the engine. her lambast of thought . the muckering tree of fandom. started the wilt of its willow frolick.

Cahiers (d') étrangers - Philo-fiction : non-philosophie, Ethique de la discussion et Schizo-analyse

Cahiers (d') étrangers - Philo-fiction : non-philosophie, Ethique de la discussion et Schizo-analyse

Yes tehre is more. as cupped to fictionalization 1st personafication and seconde et troisieme. tu a oublee ton francais. ta francais? comme majeur de D. O! que c'est beau ca! et and all the absent accents grave and otherwise. Wise.

Philo-fiction : non-philosophie, Ethique de la discussion et Schizo-analyse

"Voici la première partie d’un texte écrit dans un cadre universitaire.
Il concerne notre conjoncture, que nous nous apprêtons à traiter elle aussi.

Sylvain Létoffé

Philo-fiction : non-philosophie, éthique de la discussion et schizo-analyse

Dans ce travail, je voudrais tracer l’ébauche d’un traitement théorique comprenant les pensées de Deleuze/Guattari et Habermas. Il s’agit de proposer ici, plutôt qu’un schéma de leurs éventuels antagonismes, un travail de philo-fiction, thème principalement abordé et construit par François Laruelle. D’où peut-être l’esquisse d’un traitement non-philosophique des deux dispositifs contemporains ci-dessus précités. Cette philo-fiction, comme opération théorique, aurait pour but de montrer comment les théories de Deleuze/Guattari et Habermas peuvent être conjointes dans un dispositif où elles trouvent toutes deux le statut de matériau de pensée, et comme matériau, subissent un certain nombre d’opérations. Subir des opérations, ce vocabulaire peut laisser entendre que nos théories seront passablement défigurées par le traitement en cours, traitement qui peut faire penser à une déconstruction. Elles le seront peut-être, mais dans un cadre expérimental, l’évolution du matériau nous aidant à en révéler la structure. Tout laisse penser que nous approchons d’un travail de la pensée proche de la dialectique, d’où doit sortir une vérité peut-être plus aboutie que les deux positions initiales que nous prenions pour point de départ. Mais dans la visée non-philosophique qui est la nôtre, il est préférable d’avancer le terme de dualyse, plutôt que celui de dialectique. Philo-fiction et dualyse, seront les deux termes clefs de ce travail.
Pourquoi Deleuze/ Guattari et Habermas ? Nous les traiterons ensemble dans la mesure où tous deux avancent au moins un concept de l’expérience : l’expérience schizophrénique pour les uns, l’expérience communicationnelle pour l’autre. On peut déjà même entendre la possibilité théorique d’une expérience schizophrénique de la discussion. Sans entrer tout de suite dans ce cas de figure, on peut déjà dire qu’ayant traité d’une expérience, ces penseurs nous enjoignent de la faire. A cet égard, le cas de Deleuze et Guattari semble d’un premier abord plus problématique que celui d’Habermas : l’expérience schizophrénique. On rappellera ici brièvement que dans ce contexte d’idées, l’expérience en question est celle de tout processus de production, et que la visée des philosophes dits du désir consistait, notamment, à indiquer les moyens d’éviter, dans le cours de l’expérience dudit processus de production ( que nous sommes tous, pour eux), l’effondrement qu’il peut rencontrer par moment, dont le symbole est peut-être le schizophrène. Pour ce qui est d’Habermas, les risques rencontrés pour l’expérience discursive qu’il propose semblent moindre ; ils semblent moins effleurer la folie. Notre objet n’est point de comparer puis de proposer au final ce qu’il convient de choisir, l’expérience de la schizophrénie ou la discussion. Conjoindre les deux pensées, peut montrer qu’une fusion est possible. Mais la fusion n’indique pas qu’on va, à nouveau être en mesure de supplanter les deux positions initiales ; les supplanter ou les dépasser. On peut déjà tenter d’esquisser une série de textes où cette fusion est à l’œuvre, tout en se gardant de proposer une troisième position philosophique. Ce qui est en question, alors, c’est la nécessité d’expliquer les décisions qu’au terme de cette forme d’écriture nous aurons prises, pour montrer peut-être qu’à l’égard du réel, cette-fois-ci, qui n’est plus entendu de manière philosophique, c’est-à-dire décidé, la décision constitue une prétention sur (lui), et qu’à cet égard, elle constitue une illusion.
Autre fait important à noter : il est notable que les deux postures initiales sont aussi des propositions politiques. Elles sont des positions politiques dont les adversaires se connaissent, ou commencent à se connaître. Deleuze/Guattari, par certains partisans d’Habermas, se voient même endosser le qualificatif peu enviable de « néofascistes ». Quoiqu’il en soit, ici, il ne s’agit plus de défendre l’un contre l’autre, la schizo-analyse contre l’éthique de la discussion, mais de les prendre identiquement au sérieux, voire très au sérieux, pour un travail de la pensée qui à l’heure actuelle ressort pour une part encore, de la marge philosophique, celui de la philo-fiction. On dira dans un premier temps que la philo-fiction est une mise en rapport de deux pensées distinctes. Comme mise en rapport, elle, s’explique comme résultant d’une machinerie philosophique. La machine philosophique est chargée de mettre en rapport les deux théories, pour produire autre chose (thème de la schizo-analyse). Mais qui est la machine philosophique ? C’est à cette question que nous devrons répondre nécessairement, et à celle-ci nous répondrons certainement qu’il ne s’agit pas de l’Humain. Il est peut-être le nom d’un anthropoïde, d’un modèle philosophique humain qui doit avoir son corrélat dans l’éthique de la discussion, mais certainement pas de l’Identité qu’(est) l’Humain.
Une remarque importante doit ici être établie : nous présentons ici des ébauches de textes expérimentaux, et comme tels ils comportent des formulations susceptibles de n’être point reçues habituellement du point de vue d’une certaine norme. Nous expliquons en conclusion l’intérêts d’avoir utilisé ces textes dont certains contiennent des formules provocantes, et qui le moins qu’on puisse dire, font plutôt penser à des dérapages."





And there is more... & interesting connecting disconnectin' as it go went to see

hum & hence ~ .

8/18/2007

star strata ~ .

Professing Deleuze say and Minority Guattari : "This is how it should be done: Lodge yourself on a stratum, experiment with the opportunities it offers, find an advantageous place on it, find potential movements of deterritorialization, possible lines of flight, experience them, produce flow conjunctions here and there, try out continuums of intensities segment by segment, have a small plot of new land at all times… Connect, conjugate, continue. . . "

8/16/2007

the e..... ~

" The artist stores up his treasures so as to create an immediate explosion

, and that is why, to his way of thinking, destructions can never take place as rapidly as they ought to."


- Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari, 'Anti-Oedipus'

These ideas remind me of Tristan Tzara in the 1918 manfesto of Dada Yes. store let unfold suddenly...


I like part of this idea but I am not sure of the whole thing, the thing about destructions. I see destructions as a moment , but let that be. let that be let that become creation/destruction reconstruction ~

8/15/2007

Events At The Fatal Party: From the Guts of Bin Bags Pt. 2

Over here __ found __ alerted astute.....
interesting observations as flood to flow desire marks

Events At The Fatal Party: From the Guts of Bin Bags Pt. 2


8/12/2007

anti

between two books a line of flight. a way an entre de choses. as mast to boat,

ding ding ding.

when does a character stop?? when is a light rain? Antioedipus took off his rain coat knowing the rays were sun. as a lurch halts a truck in its track were the salted sea of the niveaus his pleasure. and dawn the ready fix. as between the escaped organ and the how to make a body without organs her knees were raw and feather.

8/06/2007

axcross

axecross the blogs machining... lIteary

apparetnly becomings literary.....

dont know what anyone knows except the unknowings of becomings. denials river runs mighty deep.



from

Kamaal Haque

Becoming-Literary-Critic



"A curious omission from the discussion of Kleist and the war machine, however, is Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. In Mille Plateaux, Deleuze and Guattari repeatedly contrast Goethe negatively in light of Kleist’s work. For example, they state, »Tout l’oeuvre de Kleist est parcourue par une machine de guerre invoquée contre l’Etat, par une machine musicale invoquée contre la peinture ou le ›tableau‹. C’est curieux comme Goethe, et Hegel, ont la haine de cette nouvelle écriture«. 6 Several chapters later, they return to the subject, declaring »Lenz et Kleist affrontaient Goethe, génie grandiose, veritable homme d’Etat parmi tous les hommes de lettres«. 7 Finally, when discussing different types of space, they postulate »Pour le moment, il faudrait seulement dire qu’il y a deux sortes de voyage, qui se distinguent par le role respectif du point, de la ligne et de l’espace. Voyage-Goethe et voyage-Kleist?«. 8 In the above examples, Deleuze and Guattari are clearly thinking of such works as Wilhelms Meisters Lehrjahre and, perhaps, the Italienische Reise when they make this distinction between Kleist and Goethe. The distinction is less tenable when one considers more ›minor‹ Goethean masterpieces, such as the West-östlicher Divan and, even, Faust II. It would have been interesting to read Bogue’s analysis of this passage, which is of prime importance for the discussion of literature and space in Mille Plateaux."

8/01/2007

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if when Mona has a query she go to Guattari, what does she go Daddy? if her balance sheet lack proper accounting she passiver her rhyme to indents her ____ . then she ho ho her willy-nilly balance programme to heft her weeds by the oaten calender . then loves shall come .