> In a message dated 12/14/1998 10:28:12 AM EST, daniel@xxxxxxx writes:
> << erm... sorry, I don't understand you here. what nietszche book? what
> divergent series? >>
> Apologies, I'm a little dotty from writing all night. I'm referring to
> Deleuze's Nietzsche and Philosophy. Regarding divergent series, I'm talking
> about trajectories that diverge around a singularity forming different
> possible worlds; as in what Deleuze discusses in The Logic of Sense.
> Basically a world in which drug use was deemed bad or non-useful would be
> incompossible to your world, which would simply mean that it was a world that
> privilaged different facts and evaluations than the one in which you trace
> your line. Hopefully that makes some sense, I'm not sure it does.
yes, that make sense. not sure what I can say about a world that is
incompossible with the one in which I trace my line, though.... or what
it can say about what I say -- ??
Ware ware Karate-do o shugyo surumonowa,
Tsuneni bushido seishin o wasurezu,
Wa to nin o motte nashi,
Soshite tsutomereba kanarazu tasu.
We who study Karate-do,
Should never forget the spirit of the samurai,
With peace, perseverance and hard work,
We will reach our goal without failure.