>Intriguing riposte Ian! Does that mean we can discuss anything at all on
>the list, on the grounds that ultimately there is a link back to F?
you know, sometimes I think this would be the only thing valuable here: the
absolute multiplication of discourses; the overproduction beyond all
possible limits, all possible censure. Isn't that really the spirit that
Foucault would share with Deleuze? ("Never interpret, ... experience,
experiment"). Creation, new lines of flight: thinking, words, shooting out
in every direction. I mean this in friendship Colin. Life's quite
literally too short to be bitter. We should be laughing our asses off.
By the way, it is my sincere belief that nothing is ultimately
quarantined in this world, and thus, yes--everything can possibly run
through the body of Foucault. All the better; let's bend everything to our
a rash, but happy statement of possibly no meaning.
Ian R. Douglas | Watson Institute of International Studies
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"Do not think that one has to be sad in order to
be militant, even though what one is fighting is
abominable." - Michel Foucault