[NetBehaviour] PURITY

Alan Sondheim sondheim at panix.com
Sat Oct 12 03:24:39 CEST 2013



PURITY

___________ | ooo .  | | ooo .o o| | ooo . o | | oo o.
o| | ooo .o | | oooo.  o| ___________

___________ | o oo.ooo| | o oo.ooo| | o oo.ooo| | o oo.ooo| | o
oo.ooo| | o oo.ooo| | o oo.ooo| | o oo.ooo| | o oo.ooo| | o
oo.ooo| | o oo.ooo| | o. o | | oooo.o | | o .  | | oo o.ooo| |
oo o.ooo| | oo o.ooo| | o .  | | o o.oo | | o .  | | o .  | | o
.  | | oooo.o | | o. o | | oooo.o | | o .  | | oo o.ooo| | oo
o.ooo| | oo o.ooo| | o .  | | o o.oo | | oo o.ooo| | o .  | | oo
o.ooo| | oooo.o | | o. o | | oooo.o | | o .  | | oo o.ooo| | oo
o.ooo| | oo o.ooo| | o .  | | o o.oo | | o .  | | oo o.ooo| | o
.  | | oooo.o | | o. o | | oooo.o | | o .  | | oo o.ooo| | oo
o.ooo| | o .  | | oo o.ooo| | o o.oo | | o .  | | o .  | | oo
o.ooo| | oooo.o | | o. o | | oooo.o | | o .  | | oo o.ooo| | oo
o.ooo| | oo o.ooo| | o .  | | o o.oo | | oo o.ooo| | o .  | | o
.  | | oooo.o | | o. o | | oooo.o | | o .  | | oo o.ooo| | oo
o.ooo| | oo o.ooo| | oo o.ooo| | o o.oo | | o .  | | o .  | | oo
o.ooo| | oooo.o | | o. o | | o oo.ooo| | o oo.ooo| | o oo.ooo| |
o oo.ooo| | o oo.ooo| | o oo.ooo| | o oo.ooo| | o oo.ooo| | o
oo.ooo| | o oo.ooo| | o oo.ooo| | o. o | ___________

How is PURITY produced? Like the ABSOLUTE it's dependent on
human aura, cultural-linguistic concerns paralleling word-
games in general. In this instance, PURITY creates a paper
tape representation, which is then fed back into the paper
tape program (ppt) to create a "cleansed" version of the
same. Obviously this recursion could continue, each version
longer and at greater "distance" from the generator. What
is the point? That PURITY is inconceivable to the extent
that it's conceivable, and that it may as well be confused
with the ABSOLUTE: both engender similar forms of violence.




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