[D-G] clause chain thought

Louie l.ogrady at gmail.com
Mon Jun 14 07:27:29 PDT 2010

Interesting thoughts, though I would be interested in getting some
references in regards to your points. For example, I can't remember reading
any d&g where they aligned the analog with the human body against the
digital societies of control, it surprises me very much that they would
align anything with 'human' as positive, afterall, there are plenty of
anti-humanist sentiments stemming right back to nietzsche (and beyond) which
they take many of their cues from. But perhaps you're talking in relation to
the BwO, the BwO being, as far as I understand, against the stratification
of the body. So through the process of destratification, the creation of a
BwO, the body becomes unhuman.

best wishes.

On 14 June 2010 07:14, Chris Jones <ccjones56 at bigpond.com> wrote:

> Recently I have been trying to write my blog in clause chains rather
> then the traditional sentence paragraph structure
> http://abdevpoetics.blogspot.com/
> and I received a rather interesting comment along the lines that this is
> as if it were thought in production, with hesitations, gaps, etc etc.
> I was also trying to get to the flesh and blood body, contra the ideal
> bodies of Nietzsche and Deleuze.
> Yesterday, I stumbled onto another aspect of this naked body. I am an
> Aspergers in severe neurological pain. Rather then the popular
> misconception of Aspergers as being affectless, that is, the ideal body
> with limited affect, Aspergers is a neurological condition which in real
> neural terms is an overloading of distressing affect as if pain is a
> brick wall that one is attached to and unable to break from or through,
> without the use of morphine, which my government denies me, or as luck
> would have it, I have enough valium and codeine to get through to words
> and thought. It seems to me that here, the body must also break away
> from philosophy, which itself becomes a brick wall denying access to the
> real neurological flesh and blood body.
> In my blog I have been playing analog against digital images and again,
> Deleuze is mistaken in his logic for aligning the human body with the
> analog against the digital societies of control. Rather, the real flesh,
> blood and neural body is the interface, itself, the real flesh and blood
> face, which the Asperger misreads not because of a lack of physical
> affect (facial expressions, body languages etc) but because of a neural
> overload in the feedback system in which the flesh and blood body is.
> Deleuze's alignment of the analog with the human is then his mistaken
> absolute idealism. Anyways...
> (I had re-joined this list to ask a burning question which I have
> forgotten; no matter it will return.)
> --
> have chronic fatigue syndrome so may be delayed in reply or brain fog weird
> just to let you know that's all, Chris Jones.
> Blog: http://abdevpoetics.blogspot.com/
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