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Re: [ox-en] the Deleuzian engineer

HI List and John
back in africa nad on the email
I havent gone through the multitude of emails I have but this just arrived. I 
have been thinking about Deleuze, pragmatics and the way of working in floss. 
John, I would like to talk to you more about it. It seems to me that Deleuzes 
idea of thought, Negri's continual reproposing of the problem (well that is 
Deleuze as well) and scratching an itch all seem to ahve a similar sort of 
thread and maybe an way to think about floss production, what is produced, 
how and why ...
any ideas on this

On Monday 26 January 2004 17:37, John Bywater wrote:
Although I would expect from reading your utterances that you don't read
them, amongst others, Deleuze and Guattari expound a wonderful
philosophy of pragmatics, of time, of networks of intensity, of desirous
machines, of an extraordinary conceptual richness that only the dimmest
dimwit would dismiss, and only the most devine of imaginations wouldn't
find nutritious.


"Mind you, I am not asking you to bear witness to what you believe false, 
which would be a sin, but to testify falsely to what you believe true - which 
is a virtuous act because it compensates for lack of proof of something 
that certainly exists or happened." Bishop Otto to Baudolino in Umberto Eco's 


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