[-empyre-] VII: free speech and its ends

Ana Valdés agora158 at gmail.com
Fri Oct 12 05:01:03 EST 2012

The TAZ book is excellent, great writing and great thesis. Hakim Bey is one if the few netphilosophers going to survive the hype.

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11 okt 2012 kl. 15:48 skrev Rob Myers <rob at robmyers.org>:

> On 10/11/2012 06:38 PM, Alan Sondheim wrote:
>> in both cases, people feel their areas are their 'homes,' and that
>> implies one might do what one wants. Fb is a corporate state; email
>> lists are TAZ (temporary autonomous zones), very different, but people
>> feel comfortable in both -
> Yes that's true. The difference is the source of the coercion: the state in the former example, private individuals in the latter. They don't compare.
> Facebook is an interesting overlap, but the specific examples I have in mind are in the UK where people are now being prosecuted for writing the wrong thing online (and I am not using this as a euphemism for "making threats" or "organizing riots").
> I'm just reading the TAZ book...
> - Rob.
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