>From: Mark Crosby <Crosby_M@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Subject: Re: 'machinic' readings?
>Date: Thu, 22 Mar 2001 11:12:36 -0800 (PST)
>* Adrian MacKenzie's "The Future, left to its Own
>Devices" in _Culture Machine 1_ (1999),
>which points out that "the opposition between
>calculation and the non-calculable, or the technical
>and the non-technical or supratechnical might be more
>complicated than we think; or at least, that
>re-thinking the opposition between the technical and
>the non-technical might implicate a heterogenous
>incalculability within the calculable" and has the
>following sections: Between an absolute future and a
>programmed no-future; Graphing, spacing, mediation;
>Programmed graphs; The idiomaticity of random network
>devices; Encoding by number; Sequence and cycle; The
>work of the incalculable.
the same duality, to the n- th degree that we will find in a Star Wars
episode fourth: the dualism between calculabilty and non-calculability (cfr.
The exterior forces complexity encompass a different introduction of it's
self-expression: the capacity to reproduce./
\mathematical operation dwelve on different fields of the exterior forces to
assure it's reproduction.
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