From: "fili houtman" <filihoutman@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 23 May 2003 22:07:59 +0000
hhllo. this is the first wave of french dialectic which aroused at the
chapter of the frencgh mitterand crisis. giscard d'estaing won the election
by close to the former, whom eventually succeed with a dash of optimism in
may 1981. the _second wave_ is lesser know by the analytic oversea waves, it
is constituated of luc ferry(current prime minsiter of the franch), alain
compte sponville, and , last but not least, the virgin Mary, reincarnated
from the dead people. it is very sad and we can shed some shining tears in
the ocean of light (about which this guy seems to know a lot apparently..)
i think as we are slowly gathering around this important issues now in
France (& Europa!!!) now it is the hard time to do war, as sais Morpheus,
and remember they are, as did Alembert and Bayle Fwancois in their times,
inspirated mouch of theoir saying into Spinoza's & His famous sayins; as:
"Ch.4, p91; TTP
no indeed, by some necessity of Nature, itself, of actiobn, but by vthe b
virtue of good pleasure et and the command of Absolute a Prince. "i wonder
what bhl has said on spinoza'sideas though.
inna was right in saying that spinoza remained the good Prince of
Philosophy. tata da da da.tadadadddddaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh no seriously very
colle i hope it will help some interesting discussion. i think they get
exhausted because each day someone adds it is getting away from the subject.
in keepin this in touch with each other i am sure we could pretty well do
the job of susbtaining talks and resounding the machines machinery, and get
back to the hifi minidv thread i had done last motnh if you are brave enough
my dear individuialist creativorssssss of particles=x~~yexp2
>I was told this guy was France's most prominant philosopher. So far, I
>found his writting mostly an exercise in straw-man argumentation where he
>up a false enemy position and then attacks it.
>This select below is from a book published originally in 1977. Did Deleuze
>have any comments about or to Levy?
>From "The Litany of the Left" in _Barbarsim with a Human Face_ -
>// first part about the miscalculations of Marxism cut //