[D-G] 1949 Diss. on Spinoza and Vedanta
superdragon at addlebrain.com
Sun Jan 18 08:10:12 PST 2009
Hi Chris, thanks for this link- the distinction between liquifying and gaseous states of consciousness makes sense to me. The stratification of zones of expression, the mouth for example, is still indispensible though. Maybe there should be a distinction between liquifying/stratifying zones and set zones? Jelly mouths!
Sloughing one's skin.-The snake that cannot slough its skin perishes. Likewise spirits which are prevented from changing their opinions; they cease to be spirits (Nietzsche: Daybreak:V:573)
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From: Chris Sartison <sartison at gmail.com>
To: deleuze-guattari at lists.driftline.org
Subject: Re: [D-G] 1949 Diss. on Spinoza and Vedanta
Date: Sat, 17 Jan 2009 18:57:06 -0500
i'm enjoying this thread. thanks.
i was reminded of this equally enjoyable interview with Delanda on issues
including shamanism, LSD and bad trips:
On Sat, Jan 17, 2009 at 1:20 PM, Wouter Kusters <wku at ziggo.nl> wrote:
> The time thing is different. Time off the rational
> > calandar is still a durational register. The identification with
> > advaiata desired in the Vedanta tradition fails in so far as no
> > single aggregaate could become equal to the unequal of pure
> > ordinality. However, the sense of not having a skin or means of
> > differentiating self from cosmos can be experienced in psychosis
> > and mystical experience. So more a question of inhabiting a time
> > that feels like no time than no time as such.
> Before I give a more elaborate reply, let me mention this ref., before I
> Brett, C. (2002). Psychotic and mystical States of Being: Connections and
> Distinctions. In Philosophy, Psychiatry and Psychology 9.4: 321-341.
> Just for who cares.
> Best wishes,
> Wouter K
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