From: ildegir sun <ildegirsun@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 30 Aug 2004 04:23:31 +0200 (CEST)
OH POOR vIRGINIA wOOLF;BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB
I Am saying because i was going to prove you that you are saying the false.
but the affect of the dog becoming the road is so intense, it blocks me, anyway (after thre or two disk of fredy mercury, i come back on e-mail seat (totally decomposite of rudalidert, and then say euh, well it's a good thing if this guy can avoid being intellectual, and hjust rely on us that know these books so much. if we make signs, rather than intellectual ideas, if he develops the beauty out of the landscape of sign that we can give him. excellent no?
but most of them prefer to dominate the whole server with their ideas and their animal (themselves), and bark delicately little sonnets in the attention of an other animal. so sad. i admire you to speak with this twit.
joan carol urquhart <jcu@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
but otherwise,,,what to do with a philosophy of immanence...
instead of jsut talking about it, turn it this way and that,
instead of quoting 'he said she said' for second hand interpretations
put it into practice ...
play with the text
until it stretches further along a line of flight,
slicing like a knife through everything
not ot negate it but to add something to it...
to live the text,
to breathe it in immanently.
Otherwise, what is philosophy but letters on a page,
"'The thin dog is running in the road, this dog is the road,'cries VIrginia
That is how we need to feel."
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