Re: [-empyre-] free will and determinism
yes yes yes yes yes -
those images I sent on speak of incarnation, all our images do. and it is
i dream of apocalypse, armageddon, constantly, Heiner Muller and Paul
Celan breathing down my back. it seems almost inescapable.
even on a local scale, here in Brooklyn, this tiny corner of Brooklyn,
we're watching our neighborhood being taken away from us by corporate
bosses, the quality of life deteriorates, violence rises.
but it's early, very early in the morning...
On Tue, 18 Nov 2003, tamara lai wrote:
> > Why do you consider it to be a failure, Tamara?
> > ja
> here is a piece of a text on Web art that i've written in 1999
> " (...) And the body in all that? In the virtual exchange, we are in the
> presence of a particular quality of light (of knowledge, of conscience)
> which perhaps can be initiatory but which can also plug and alienate people
> who is not prepared. We are human beings and we need incarnation. To
> separate the body from the soul is a dangerous play, one can be easily lost
> there. This is why it is essential to be attentive at the moment when the
> story finishes, before the dream is not transformed into nightmare. The soul
> must, then, regain its residence which is the body. (...)"
> personnally, it's still on topic
> and on a global level? perhaps it's too early to make a right report
> empyre forum
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