[D-G] relating Deleuze to your work
liza_kozner at yahoo.co.uk
Tue Nov 29 16:24:40 PST 2005
are you Clifford Duffy? if i were deleuze and needs to do your portrait it would be, like you know what i mean, he could think like you, have the same kinda thought. in case you are him sorry to disclose the thing, but probbably doesnot matter, as this list is so deserted you would probably see its not that much important. it's not voluntary or aggressive, but i am wondering. I went to his site yesterday, in case you would not know of CD he is a writer he wrote here b4 you came posting. anyway, sometimes, of what i read, yesterday, its, but you wouldnot mind to know anyway what me thinks. so i don't have tell it.
in case you are not him, you could read and become him.
about spinoza,, that's ts what i was just thinking. i am pretty much fine with spinoza. i don't feel like it's necessary to get him in a cage. do you know? and deleuze i think works like atp are beautiful. i don't know if it's the neuroleptics but it's as if had stop thinking by philosophy. i wish i could become a philo-sopher. i am certainly not. i don't even get it right. so many people live without the question: what is philosophy? do i need to know what is philosophy?, even if i read the book twice, if i am such a fana about spinoza, and if somehow philosophy is become since before i read anything philosophical, so important. all these books, these already done concepts. or ideas that you read. but here you seem more interested by politic, culture. this list is not very philosophical by nature. i am starting edward said imperialism and culture. adline encouraged me doing so. yes i think spinoza, is a philosopher. it doesnot matter actually the label. is there a place where in
his work he claims an attachment to Philosophy, itself, is there this word somwhere. thinking yes, but not really philosophy, nore his thoughts he wrote are for him a philosophy. it appears yesterday. tell me more, do you want to attack the spinozist enigma, how 're you gonna do. is that what ya say. could be cool y'd say and explain'ed if you would by somehow. if you said it you must have this wish, somehow. feel free to squelsh a bit. com'on. :)
NZ <pretzelworld at gmail.com> wrote:
spinoza and the sphinx, the oracle's head and the monsters body, was
spinoza a worshipper of Machiavelli? Is it true that he was a Jew,
excommunicated in 1656 for discovering infinite substance in the
In December Huygens invented the "pendulum clock", the most accurite
type of clock until 1930. in fact, the punduluum of scientific
momentum was in full swing during Spinoza's career. technical schools
were opening up all over England, many founded by haberdashers
(salesmen) and livery corp. to replace more traditional guild schools.
Cromwell re-admittd the jews to England and as a reward minted his
likeness upon the 50/- shilling coin!!! If Hitler was a failed artist,
then Harry S. Truman was a failed haberdasher. Even poland was getting
a taste of what was yet to come, with nearly every non-catholic empire
using its fertile land as a playground for their army-toys. eventually
the greco-roman catholic god stepped in to pax it up nicely.
But weren't a lot of Spinoza's texts printed post-homunously, by
DeWitt and other mathematician-turned-political financiers that were
not attached to a church? Fighting against the house of orange. The
dutch colonists were trying to protect their political banking system
from the Anglo attack, and spinoza provided a lot of secular spiritual
legitmacy back home.
Didn't Oedipus solve the riddle of the sphinx? successfully grafting
the head upon the body, and answering with moral delusion. Who
answered spinoza's sphinx?
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