[Deleuze-Guattari] The Wound (Deleuze) Badoiu
hwenk at web.de
Sun Sep 2 04:30:56 PDT 2007
Hello Mr. or Mrs unknown,
your answer is not very self-illuminating nor there are
any known connections you refer to.
These are instead established as a kind of
phantasms, according to Spinozas recognized tendency of the mind to
or to close open "Gestalts".
So, in order to avoid incresing the "politics of fears",
which works a lot with this means, it would be
helpful to give some more "context",
as my former collegue used to ask.
One of the more structual effects of uncompolete data is
to direct intellectual efforts in
hopeless directions, at last to install the
habit of "do not ask anymore".
This is no good for a public discussion list and
all people wanting to participate
or to benefit, especially in a structual model manner.
Ah - so are such or this list! No, they are and is not.
greetings Harald Wenk
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Sent: Sonntag, 2. September 2007 06:27
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Subject: Re: [Deleuze-Guattari] The Wound (Deleuze) Badoiu
Meant to write Badass? well they are friends, according to Alliez's comment
at the start of his essay about A/O. See you all at Manchester Monday?
On 9/2/07, bwo cso <bwo.cso at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'd read Alliez 's essays. Prefer to . As Badious appears as a christian.
> well, maybe not.
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