Re: [-empyre-] old discussion, and pieces of history
Thanks for your answer, Alan.
> De : Alan Sondheim <email@example.com>
> Répondre à : soft_skinned_space <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date : Thu, 8 Jan 2004 20:22:12 -0500 (EST)
> À : soft_skinned_space <email@example.com>
> Objet : Re: [-empyre-] old discussion, and pieces of history
> Hi - My remark wasn't made in relation to your post; I tend strongly to
> believe in multiculturalisms as generators of meaning and media. I'm not
> sure I understand you below, however, for which I apologize - Alan
> On Thu, 8 Jan 2004, Aliette Guibert wrote:
>> Dear Alan, just to answer on a possible misunderstanding.
>> If the multiculturalism that you have noticed was on my disconnected/
>> connected way to take place in the list, I understand that so far it could
>> appear in a zoom of a local content, same time it could be a problem for all
>> ? and specially you who help for the best communication on the list. So I
>> This way was not an aggressive nor a stupid one, but a risk coming from a
>> poetic rupture, to design any enigmatic realities on which we cannot decide
>> anything in the global world ; the part of strange, the part of the fool in
>> a strange percept from the mail.
>> In any case, it is my own way of course... I could not do in another mode in
>> the global and unified consensual universe or in a phenomenological approach
>> telling from my own experience, direct and indirect experience, a
>> proposition to reflect another image of the questions online. As a research
>> on difference and singular multitude as tribute to relative decisions.
>> I remember that telling multitudes with "s" one mean plural as masses of
>> classes, while telling multitude without "s" one mean singular in several
>> occurrences of the largest mass, a global move of differences with a
>> sensitive and cognitive consensus but not rationalist nor an adhesion to a
>> special theory or cause. I mean on feelings that can appear and disappear so
>> fast than a critical mass effects in physics or epidemics.
>> Or it would be impossible to imagine that contradictory masses walking in
>> unity against the Iraqi war through the world, while they stay from several
>> positions that could not be consensual on religions, nor politics for there.
>> That is cultural or multicultural in fact appears far from the question of
>> decision. It is an event happening or not happening and then we have to
>> memory as a crib.
>> Here I re-approach the thematic in discussion that I have infiltrated. And I
>> apologize again front of the interlocutors of this curse if they would take
>> shade of my last mail.
>> Aliette G.
>>> De : Alan Sondheim <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>> Répondre à : soft_skinned_space <email@example.com>
>>> Date : Wed, 7 Jan 2004 15:18:49 -0500 (EST)
>>> À : soft_skinned_space <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>> Objet : Re: [-empyre-] old discussion, and pieces of history
>>> Just want to add here that all of this discussion of works and histories
>>> only points to the problematic of new media as a category once again -
>>> people come from avant-garde or experimental music, electronics,
>>> electrics, performance, film, video, writing, and so forth - and these
>>> elements may or may not be combined, programmed, etc.
>>> We're not even considering multiculturalisms here - which are often
>>> content- and not media-driven.
>>> - Alan
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