11/01/2012

1917 Zurich





Psychoanalysis is a dangerous disease, it puts to sleep the antiobjective impulses of man and systematizes the bourgeoisie. There is no ultimate Truth…


Logic imprisoned by the senses is an organic disease. To this element philosophers always like to add: the power of observation. But actually this magnificent quality of the mind is the proof of its impotence…
                            Carry on, my children, humanity… Science says we are the servants of nature: everything is in order, make love and bash your brains in. Carry on, my children, humanity, kind bourgeois and journalist virgins.
                                                                                                   I am against systems, the most acceptable system is on principle to have none. To complete oneself, to perfect oneself in one’s own littleness, to fill the vessel with one’s individuality, to have the courage to fight for and against thought, the mystery of bread, the sudden burst of an infernal propeller into economic lilies.

Tristan Tzara, from Dada Manifesto (1918) ________________________________ this says it all! Tristan Tzara, from Dada Manifesto (1918) __________________________________________________________________

4/14/2012

-----------------------------------------and 40 ~discombining thing working

Push that thing/further/cut/cupcaketake that accent/move that river/rip that resentment /... that's right. as mona's got a children, and more what's what.



Mona took on the trolls patrol running across the side of the body of god the judgment unhinged by theE poetic incarnation of sidereal molecules. writing the page of her health    ~ 

-----------------------------S.Z, en toute orthodoxie, interprète la mésalliance qui l’irrite. Cela donne à peu près ceci :



Deleuze, un jour, est tombé amoureux de Félix et non pas, malheureusement, de Lacan. Félix

                     Yes GillesJill was in love with Felix the cat as happiness was a  loveletter combining not adding up the till of the dialectic  ~.
                                     étant devenu le fils meurtrier de son Père, Deleuze s’est soustrait, avec son comparse, à la 

________________-But I am reading thee history of the english peoples dig. turns out they are Celtic.  Mona feels a thing coming on made ov textassemblage. not blog. but assemblog. no tthe same as assembly line    ~but an assembly is or rather an assembly line is sort of line out the door as its production. buT the secret history of Canada is slavery. as wage working for someone rich corporate taxfree canadadadaa bland.

nécessaire « castration symbolique », que son oeuvre antérieure ne refusait sans doute pas.


Jean-Claude Polack   ~


Jill is gonna move back to Paris and ditching her book on the hegel general moving onto something more exciting.
Zizek’s ‘Lacanian book on Deleuze’ - and you will have understood that the Organ without                                       Body is the Phallus as signifier of castration - this Lacano-Leninist book which borrows its


We're tired of the castrater Generals and their signified war. 

dialectic from the French philosopher (its compulsive mottois ‘As Alain Badiou put it...’) has, in            
_____________Jill climbed out of the mirror without lending. Outlandingher feet abrasive to the god.


my view, the merit of focussing its argument on the ‘Body without Organs’ by reversing and combating the movement that presided over the emergence of this notion in ‘the inner tension of


Deleuze’s thought between Anti-Oedipus(‘Deleuze’s worst book’) and The Logic of Sense, between the (‘Guattarised’) Deleuze who celebrated the productive multitude of Becoming against the reified order of Being and the Deleuze of the sterility of the incorporeal becoming of


the Sense-Event’. This is a movement I tried to track in my essay ‘The BwO Condition or, The Politics of Sensation’. In that piece I could not refrain from recalling the way in which the Body


without Organs ex-pulsed by Artaud dis-organ-ises the philosophical surface structurallydefined by the incorporeal univocity of Being and Language,leading the Logic of Senseinto a veritable

breakdown.The breakdownof structure as a ‘machine for the production of incorporeal sense’ is followed, in Anti-Oedipus- we will return on this at length, of course - by the breakthroughof the

incorporation of a machinic constructivism into a desire that commands becomings...
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This is also what the Anti-Oedipusstill tells us thirty years on : that we cannot oppose the will to resist the

Empire of Digital Capitalism which finds expression in the Hyperstructuralism of a Badiou with any kind of


‘weak’ (debole) and late Poststructuralism, thus making room for a spontaneous democracy of desire and its



pop-philosophical flights of fancy. Rather, we must counter it with a transversalist Biopolitics, ‘always to be conquered on a pragmatics of existence’ (as Guattari never ceased repeating) ; a Biopolitics generative of a


heterogeneity whose socially constitutive character is the ontological creativity that sustains the constructivism of desire. The latter prohibits, in vivo, any projection of these questions into a ‘philosophical eternity’, into a



‘politics of Grace’ under the guidance of the militant, or, for that matter, into an ‘inaesthetics’ which is


supposed to produce, ‘through the finite means of a material subtraction’, ‘an infinite subjective series’.

                                             MuLti
                                                   Eric AllieZ
--------------------------------~ Zizek is simply stuck on a Hegelian strata ~
Clifford Duffy [*]



In Zizek, there is an ideological hinge that he likes to put in play between the truth of an event and what makes it fake, not even to its falsehood, but to the elements that would fake it ‘strategically’: while the truth of a determinate event is not affirmed as such ―.
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And though this system remains somehow unnoticed by his most assiduous readers, I bet that if someone would ask him such a thing, he would want with all his bearded heart to respond b), maybe in an act of freeing himself from his own dictating caricature. But he knows that it is too late for that.
Must every schizophrenic tear down his 'own' principle? his 'own' to own is a principle of economics . As Jill wants to beanother economics not made of  Utopic combinations and not godmad unifrom powergamboorganizations,

And from                      SchIZo  SopHy  


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4/05/2012

AnTiOeeDiPus __________40 yr

 

 AntiOeDipUs                              I quote to quote the unquoting text________________machine text desiring   ~_____________________I quote to quote the unquoting text________________mach____________________________________


C'est dans l'écroulement général de la question - qu'est-ce que ça veut dire? - que le désir fait son entré

Gilles Deleuze – Félix Guattari
L'Anti-Œdipe – Capitalisme et schizophrénie
Les éditions de Minuit (coll. « Critique »), Paris, 1972, 494 p.

L’ANTI-EDIPO: 40 ANNI DOPO
testo e contesto, un confronto a più voci
Biblioteca delle Oblate, Via Dell’Oriuolo 26, Firenze (1°piano)
venerdì 13 aprile, ore 16 e ore 21 e sabato 14 aprile 2012, ore 16

L'Anti-Œdipe: 40 ans après
Texte et contexte, une comparaison à plusieurs voix
Deux journées d'étude à la Biblioteca delle Oblate – Florence (Italie)

The Anti-Oedipus: 40 YEARS AFTER
Text and context, a comparison of many voices
Two study days at Biblioteca delle Oblate – Florence (Italy)

El Anti-Edipo: 40 años después
Texto y contexto, una comparación de muchas voces
Dos jornadas de estudio à la Biblioteca delle Oblato - Florencia (Italia)



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book 

                                        The world has become chaos, but the book remains the image of the >world: radicle-chaosmos rather than root-cosmos. A strange mystification: a book all the more total                                  


 
for being fragmented. At any rate, what a vapid idea, the book as the image of the world.
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-- G.Deleuze and/or F.Guattari
   A Thousand Plateaus (p.6) 




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