Alan Sondheim
 
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Philosophy
"I have promised you a journey which is a journey of no return; a journey of conceptualization or imagination; a journey within the imaginary. There is no return in return; there are no loops in looping; what fits has always fit; what does not fit remains incommensurate. If I integrate: flattening and the apparition of death (which never appears); if I differentiate: disturbance and the reality of organism (which always appears; always is apparent). This philosophy - this of all philosophy - tends towards particulation, particulate matter; tends towards emission; tends towards gathering." Reverse Sheffer stroke and its dual: from out there, possibly from A or B, the appearance of A or B; B; from out there, the appearance of A and B. From a distance: the disturbance. In the neighborhood: flattening and absorption. The abacus of infinitely fine grain appears to the base infinity; the abacus of extraordinary differentiation signifies presence of the framework. What was once dialectic clearly has no resolution or leap; no tendency towards bootstrapping elsewhere. Instead: continuous dialog, information, absolutely mute: indiscernible processes. The world is infinitely invisible.
 
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