From: "Judith L. Poxon" <jlpoxon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 28 Feb 1996 06:47:21 -0500 (EST)
On Tue, 27 Feb 1996 Ed wrote:
> Or, in other words, there are more effects
> produced in academic practice than the ones that are acknowledged by
> academia, and thus regulated, ordered, subjected to discipline and
> organization by it. And I wonder whether it isn't these imperceptible
> effects, the ones that don't submit to the "author function" or which
> are hidden by it, that we shouldn't be paying more attention to.
I esp. like the word "imperceptible" in Ed's response, because it ties in
so well with what I was saying yesterday in response to Tsia's and
Steven's posts. And with dang talking about becoming-imperceptible, in
ATP. And I only want to add to this that, while these effects might be
imperceptible in the context of molar politics, over the long run they
open up lines of becoming that are difficult to reterritorialize.
Syracuse University, Dept. of Religion