Arrow of chaos : romanticism and postmodernity by Ira Livingston

By Ira Livingston

Via modeling how you can imagine via chaos and during the mutual deformations of Romanticism and postmodernity, Arrow of Chaos contributes to replacement alignments of data throughout time and technique.

summary: by means of modeling how one can imagine via chaos and during the mutual deformations of Romanticism and postmodernity, Arrow of Chaos contributes to substitute alignments of information throughout time and procedure

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The thought experiment began with discrete galaxies that came together to form an interzone: lines leading into a kind of "black box" from which Introduction Galactic Collision. The "Cartwheel Galaxy" seems to have assumed its current shape when another galaxy crashed through its core, sending out a ringlike ripple of gas and dust 150,000 light years wide, in which billions of stars are forming and/or exploding in the wake of the collision. The pinwheel-like spokes beginning to form between the core cluster and outer ring indicate that the galaxy's original spiral shape may be reemerging.

The contemporary form of "recycling" differs from forms that have been going on for millenia in that the cycles themselves, driven by the profit potential that each mediation represents, begin to assume an ontological priority that further demotes the eternal ideal object in favor of an infinitely mutable one. It is easy to cast these changes as progressive moveCarnot's Ideal Engine ments from fixity (where, for example, identities are based in fixture to immovable property) to a dynamism anchored only in patterns of flux (the sharkish swim-or-die logic of capital), although even the more "primitive" logic of the "gift" also produces values, identities, differentials, and relationships via its circulation.

She aliens are not completely untold me she had just been swimming with some friends in a lake where schools of little fish would nibble at their body intelligible for us, that they hairs, darting out of the way of any hand that moved into can be detected — or if not their midst. I told her how I had, many years before, visited a detected, felt—at certain conservatory with a friend, and how we had watched a child squatting next to a fishpond, pointing to the bright carp points where phenomena in swimming in the murky water and (because he wasn't quite which they are involved able to say the word "fish") delightedly exclaiming over and seem to have a certain imover, "FEEE FEEE—" (a nebulous word for a nebulous placability or logic or desire shape somewhere between absence and presence, between "fort" and "da"); and how years later I told my lover this of their own (resistant to story, and how years later still she remembered that she had being changed or to being been there with me and that we had seen the child together.

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