RE: [-empyre-] Is Modernity our Antiquity? fugue: ForwardfromChristiane Paul
Date: March 11, 2006 5:30:42 PM PST
Subject: RE: [-empyre-] Is Modernity our Antiquity? fugue:
I agree, Christiane, 'rupture'; but within/on the level plane field
current N-State is rupture a term of consistency or intensity, or
Rupture as term of consistency -- interesting question; rupture
suggests inconsistencies but perhaps we take the latter for granted
and understand rupture as continous fabric of contemporary existence
(that has a certain elasticity and moldability). This seems to
connect to Aliette's remark that topology can't be understood along
discrete time / space axes or states any more but
is characterized by continuum and plasticity.
Anything, including rupture, can have or be intensity.
It might be difficult to understand rupture as entity since it always
implies inter-relationships rather than a particular and discrete unit.
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