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Evaluating Deleuze’s “The Image of Thought” (1968) as a Precursor of Hyperstition // Part 2

This is the second of a two-part essay. Part 1 can be found here.

The “Image” of Thought

Chapter 3 of Deleuze’s Difference and Repetition… 5,211 more words

"I’ve not never heard of that"*...

This website devoted to the speech of one of the country’s most interesting but most often misunderstood regions—southern and central Appalachia, which stretches from north Georgia to West Virginia. 

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"The spiritual android within us" chapter 27 of "Technoshamans" (2010)

The creative evolution

The initial interest in the investigation on the relationship between man and machine was  stimulated by a French philosopher, a Nobel Prize winner for literature who inspired Marcel Proust and Deleuze.  3,422 more words

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Are you really sure it's all so simple?

There is a very real demand for transparency in politics, in the media, in cultural representations. We can’t switch on our televisions without feeling that we aren’t being given the truth. 946 more words

Philosophy

A Ghost Story

A Ghost Story is an interesting film. In some ways it doesn’t make sense and therefore invites the viewer to make their own sense of it. 346 more words

JACQUES LACAN

Alastair Shannon, POW Camp Afion Karahissar, and 'Morning Knowledge'

The place names of Mosul, Basra, Fallujah, Baghdad, so familiar to us today through the continuing violence of war in Iraq, came to the attention of many British in much earlier wars. 1,668 more words

Alastair Shannon

Abstract 072917

Today was one of those days of painter’s block.  I wanted to use black as a separator between different spaces on the paper. The models were Matisse’s… 101 more words

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