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Chronicle 353 – A New Way of Thinking

Chronicle 353 (“A New Way of Thinking”) is now available at http://www.anthropoetics.ucla.edu/views/vw353.htm It outlines some basic ideas concerning the novelty of GA with respect to other ways of thinking about the human.

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Covenant Zone

Another urgent post by truepeers over at Covenant Zone:

http://covenantzone.blogspot.com/2008/01/are-you-next-after-me.html#links

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Political Syntax (III) and Originary Thinking

We will only have moved beyond metphysics once we have inculcated ways of describing thinking as a series of moves with and within language and, more broadly, semiosis. Anything is meaningful to the extent that it is a sign, that is, iterable as an operation on the field of semblances. We can account for […]

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The Post-Romantic Individual

Here’s a link to Truepeer’s originary reading of Ayaan Hirsi Ali’s review of Lee Harris’ new book, The Suicide of Reason at Covenant Zone:

http://covenantzone.blogspot.com/2008/01/ayaan-hirsi-ali-on-lee-harris.html

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Political Syntax II: Generative Declaratives

What I called in my previous post (Political Syntax I) “mythical” declaratives I am now going to call “naive” declaratives; what I called there “legal” declaratives, I am now calling “normative” declaratives. Here are the slightly revised definitions: the naive sentence presents as its center a fulfilled imperative; the normative sentence presents as its […]

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