Re: Red Hot Chili Pepper fans-- well Foucault Told us

-- Well P M. KRueger -- Michel Foucault did say that our century would be
known as Deleuzian one day. He wrote that years ago, and guess what? That
time has come to pass. Yes, the name of Deleuze, and Guattari is a licence
to silence, and delete, and replete. So in New York city you are free to
ignore the buggers you pass each day, so do the same sir. May I also
suggest that you no longer make reference to haunting in such a forum? It
indicates a dated episteme, one that reeks of preKantian thought and worse,
the stench of pre-enlightenment candour and agony. Aside from that. well, I
shall say no more.
>From: "Patrick M. Krueger" <Patrick.Krueger@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Reply-To: foucault@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>To: foucault@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>jesus i love the way that deleuze haunts me even on a foucault list with
>the cross posting and random statements and mneumatic pumps charaterizing
>the flows of desire and constraint and id and my ego (hey, let go my ego)
>blowing in the wind like bob dylan after he was lynched. where is my
>deleuze i seemed to have lost him under the coursing pale flash machine
>generating states of minds and nations and erroding territorialities and
>and and and gasp...
>wait, now why was this thing about deleuze put on a foucault list? oh
>yeah, i forgot, this must be some habermasian ideal speech situation,
>where the mouth machine couples to the writing-seeing machine, attaches to
>the ass-shitting machine and the email input-output machine. habermas put
>it well when he said "just because somebody famous said it, it doesn't
>mean they weren't an ass."
>"Why teach religion when arithmetic is so difficult?" Joe


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