[D-G] set theory and Badiou

Lucy LeGentilSinge lucy100millionyearsold at yahoo.co.uk
Mon Feb 14 06:02:01 PST 2005

i have read a theorem by a mathematician called Euclid
which was alive in old Greece quite a long time ago,
Euclide who talked in his essays somwhere, abouthis
idea that a prime number would never being the
greatest of all of the existing prime numbers that we
could fancy about. i thought at the point of study to
the demonstration was quite examplary and more
interesting than the thing itself as it was
demonstrated by the symbols of Euclide. i was
wondering if this can relate to your order of pairs of
numbers in Badiou? i wish you could then develop
suddenly the idea mathematically,  schizophrenizing
your relation to this list, so to start talking by
mathematical sumbolos instead than overcoding all the
time OPPOSITIONS (systematically bi-univocizing Badiou
and Deleuze) between Badiou's and Deleuze/Guattari's
works like the culturated neo-snobs that we are not of course.

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