Category Archives: experimental strategies

Counter-Institutional Politics

The goal of an egalitarian politics is, in every instance, to foster, support, and sustain a maximal degree of collective self-determination. This is a piecemeal, painstaking task. It by definition cannot be accomplished all at once, as this self-determination must … Continue reading

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Notes on the Ideal University

Why would you want to live anywhere other than a university? Why should a community be anything other than a school, whose overriding collective purpose is to contribute as far as possible in every activity to the continuing enrichment of … Continue reading

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Revolution LOL *UPDATED AGAIN*

*UPDATE* I want to clarify that I in no way intended any offense to Graham, or anyone else for that matter. I find the sort of remarks to which this post responds (and Graham is certainly not alone in making … Continue reading

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“Neurology Death Cult”

“For just as the phenomenon of death indexes an anomalous zone in the conceptual fabric of the manifest image – the point at which our everyday concepts and categories begin to break down, which is why it remains a privileged … Continue reading

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Nudity in Song

The way one feels could be likened to an opening or a slamming or a breathing hard all of them, all of them have seen inside my mouth have grown and flown south one day I’ll be my own Leadbelly … Continue reading

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“And for the first time they begin to feel real ‘reality.'”

The words ‘down’ and ‘up’, according to Fuller, are awkward in that they refer to a planar concept of direction inconsistent with human experience. The words ‘in’ and ‘out’ should be used instead, he argued, because they better describe an … Continue reading

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Bricoblog – Experiments in Cultural Pastiche

Hong Hao, My Things No. 2, 2001 My friend Abe Adams, my girlfriend Madeline Carlock, and I have started a new weblog that readers might be interested in: Bricoblog. It’s a collection of strange and curious fragments found around the … Continue reading

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