November 2015

if hubris

is the spirit of tragedy, it is alive in statements like the following, from Ted Livingston, founder of Facebook competitor, Kik:

“This is a race to build an operating system for the world, period.”

– from here

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Undivided

join

in loving

transformation

here

answer terror

and hate

with

lust

for life

for a humanity

undivided

by fear

Lingis –

“lust surges through a body

in transubstantiation”

loving transformation is

transubstantiation

when “in the midst of social transactions,

there is contact with the substance of the other,

and lust

breaks through”

(Alphonso Lingis)

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hommangerie
infemmarie
τραῦμα
porte-parole
thigein & conatus

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“this is my dream body … the one I use to walk around with. In my dream”

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Ariel Dorfman’s no les creas

porte-parole

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Arvo Pärt, Robert Wilson

hommangerie

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thank you to all who attended Minus Theatre’s Marks of Lispector, for Clarice last night at Auckland Old Folks Association

– from here

where you will also

find a short biography

of Clarice

Lispector

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imarginaleiro
immedia
infemmarie
pique-assiettes
porte-parole
theatricality

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I printed this on tracing paper and it looked very nice – please share

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I printed this on tracing paper and it looked very nice – please share

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bowie blackstar shenanigans as d would say

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A Singular, and yet, Non-Arbitrary Life by Gregg Lambert

…”the spark of life within him is curiously separable from himself now, and they have a deep interest in it, probably because it is life, and they are living and must die.” …

Deleuze was no existentialist, nor was he religious. A life that traverses all the events and accidents that compose an individual remains on a surface that is not incarnated in the living and thus may not even have a relation to the problem of finitude that has obsessed modern philosophy, particularly the philosophies of Heidegger and Derrida. Consequently, here I might even suggest that this offers us the image of a purely impersonal life, a life that is equal to the movement of an impersonal and even cosmic consciousness, that philosophy has always dreamed of, but which has never been able to realize. And yet, after Spinoza, Deleuze perhaps came closest to expressing this image of “a singular, and yet, non-arbitrary life.”

here

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