[D-G] a b (its) c conference.

Johnatan Petterson internet.petterson at gmail.com
Fri Mar 24 10:18:38 PDT 2017


forensic: "pertaining to or suitable for courts of law," 1650s, with -ic
<http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=-ic&allowed_in_frame=0> + stem of
Latin forensis "of a forum, place of assembly," related to forum "public
place" (see forum
<http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=forum&allowed_in_frame=0>). Later
used especially in sense of "pertaining to legal trials," as in forensic
medicine (1845). Related: Forensical (1580s).

(on the reality of the possible): << il suffit que l'exprimant
parle et dise "j'ai peur" pour donner une réalité au possible en
tant que tel>>
pp22-23 ed.deMinuit, Qu'Est-ce que la Philosophie?,
<< - la Chine est un monde possible, mais prend une réalité
dès qu'on parle chinois ou qu'on parle de la Chine
dans un champs d'expérience donné. >>  / << C'est très différent
du cas où la Chine se réalise en devenant le champs d'expérience
lui-même.>> /
<<(..)autrui (..) ne présuppose rien d'autre que (..) la détermination
d'un monde sensible comme condition.>> << Autrui surgit sous cette
condition comme
l'expression d'un possible. Autrui , c'est un monde possible, tel qu'il
dans un visage qui l'exprime, et s'effectue dans un langage qui lui donne
<<Quand Wittgenstein envisage des propositions de frayeur ou de douleur,
 il n'y voit pas des modalités exprimables dans une position d'autrui,
parce qu'il
laisse autrui osciller entre un autre sujet et un objet spécial>>

-->> quick.transl.
<<it suffices the expressor speaks and says: "i am afraid"
in order to give a reality to the possible as such.>>
<<China is a possible world, but takes on a reality as soon as one speaks
in Chinese, or as soon as one speaks about China in a given
experience field.>> <<it is different to the case where China becomes real,
becoming the field of experience itself.>>
<<(..)Other(s)(..) assumes nothing else than (..)
the determination of a senses' world as condition.>>
 << Other(s) soars under
the [latter] condition as expression of a possible.
Other(s), is a possible world, in the sense it exists in a Visage which
expresses it,
and accomplishes itself in a language which makes it real.>> //
<<When Wittgenstein imagines propositions of fright and pain, he doesn't
see in them an Other(s) position's expressing modes, because
he leaves Other (s) fluctuate between an other subject, a
nd a special object. >>

in WIP, Visage works as a zone of contact between possibilities, these
latter become real by the determination of the senses.
[earlier in ATP, 'conjunto', 'ensemble', 'set' less accomplished
senses were already fixed in the schizoanalytic resin matrix with
a headhunter role]
Wittgenstein in WIP - and ABC portrays Wittgenstein as a 'Personnage
the logic of propositions, jumps ahead of its time into this
information anarchy (I.A.) , and accomplishes fixed capital promises, once
the cerebral blood flow is fully determined by WIP Visage's senses and/or
(yet, remains a root of unconscious desires and flip-sides in the inherent

Johnatan P.

2017-03-22 14:37 GMT+01:00 Mike Lansing <badger2 at mail2world.com>:

> The 'what-is-ness' of the world ontology goes fractal: "Today the gaze
> is forensic." (Braidotti, Deleuze and Law), fractals detected in
> cerebral blood flow in the resting brain will be viewed forensically,
> drilling down, always layers under other layers, doing information
> anarchy to assumptions, cynical capitalist assumptions, for example.
> <-----Original Message----->
> >From: Johnatan Petterson [internet.petterson at gmail.com]
> >Sent: 3/19/2017 5:14:28 PM
> >To: deleuze-guattari at lists.driftline.org
> >Subject: Re: [D-G] a b (its) c conference.
> >
> >*Governmentalities of the Digital: Mapping, Sensing and Hacking*
> >*by David Chandler*
> >
> >Abstract:
> >In this presentation I explore three ways of rethinking the human
> through
> >the digital. The first is reactive; here, the use of ubiquitous data is
> >seen to enable new methods of mapping/tracing relations in time and
> space.
> >In this paradigm, problems are seen more clearly through an ontology of
> >depth, 'drilling down' to context where processes/path dependencies
> come to
> >light which can be intervened in. The second is responsive, the
> paradigm of
> >sensing and datafication: seeing relations in real-time, to enable
> >increasingly automated processes of governing emergence. Here, the
> Internet
> >of Things and cyborg more-than-human assemblages are imagined to govern
> >with rather than over or against potential problems or threats of
> climate
> >change, disease or socio-economic crises. The goal is that of
> resilience:
> >the maintenance of the status-quo or homeostatic governance. The third
> form
> >of adaptation is autopoietic, less goal-directed and therefore more
> >future-orientated, for example, hacking as a project of exploration of
> the
> >possibilities of relations and processes, detaching and repurposing
> >assemblages creating new possibilities. In all three, the
> 'what-is-ness' of
> >the world is given its due; there are no assumptions of linear,
> abstract or
> >universal frames of knowledge or governmental capacity. They could also
> be
> >seen as stages through which 'the digital', in enabling adaptive
> >possibilities, has facilitated the building of a home in a posthuman
> world.
> >
> >2017-03-17 0:00 GMT+01:00 Mike Lansing <badger2 at mail2world.com>:
> >
> >> This from the Aut-opsy list:
> >>
> >> Digital Objects, Digital Subjects
> >>
> http://icts-and-society.net/events/digital-objects-digital-subjects-a-sy
> >>
> mposium-on-activism-research-critique-in-the-age-of-big-data-capitalism-
> >> the-6th-icts-society-conference/
> >>
> >>
> >> --->
> >the number first seems to be the Science/Physis approach.
> Science/Physis
> >using the digital
> >elements to explore what is not (yet) digitalized. [the justification
> can
> >be the empowerment of the (not yet digitalized) inhabitants of this
> digital
> >home based in the posthuman world]
> >then the next phase (number second) happens when everything
> >has become Assumptions and thus this shall happen in Future Real-Time
> >{(David Chandler notices how (Future) Real-Time is resilient, that is,
> >if you remember about the rhizomes which the (an)droid's understanding
> >explores in our current Science/Physis; -he phrases this:
> >'the due"what-is-ness"of the world'-... })
> >the last (third) phase in this abstract, is after being forced to
> confront
> >phase one and phase two noticed in its character, Science/Physis has
> >finally accepted to relate with a-phasic sensuality to this two-phasic
> >aspect
> >of it's own abc procedurality ,or (non)digital instinct.
> >
> >
> >--->
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