[NetBehaviour] Addendum to prolegomenon (the last of the piece)

Alan Sondheim sondheim at panix.com
Wed Sep 2 18:30:20 CEST 2009

(apologies for the sequencing of this)

Addendum to prolegomenon

It became clear to me, why wasn't it earlier, that the twist shares a
relationship with the abject, and with suture it is an almost-closure,
almost-alignment, that fails by the very nature of the world. The abject -
indecipherable, entangled - lies at the juncture of organism and analysis.
A lure, it's impossible to eradicate; it's of the nature of space-time
itself, for the twist is produced by _any_ circulation. This is, for
example, the meat underlying the virtual, which on one hand is a canopy,
and, on the other, is the very constitution of inscription. For we deal
with an entanglement of inscription, beginning with ourselves, which are
simultaneously everywhere, and nowhere, and in terms of phenomenology,
part and parcel of curvature. The "dirty little secret" of the world is
the world, which analysis flies in the face of, to the extent that
analysis insists it has any relation to the foundational.

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