[NetBehaviour] What is

Bjørn Magnhildøen noemata at gmail.com
Sat Feb 15 12:20:25 CET 2014


don't bother with the holarch, it's just another holarch

On Sat, Feb 15, 2014 at 7:15 AM, Alan Sondheim <sondheim at panix.com> wrote:
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> What is
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> The holarch's all there's; the holarch's nothing.
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> Like Indra's Net, there's no beginning and end to it.
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> The holarch's non-Euclidean, multiply connected.
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> The holarch's infinitely connected.
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> There's no origin to the holarch.
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> The holarch's neither Cartesian nor fundamentally vectoral.
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> The holarch's fractal, multi-dimensional.
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> Dimensions're blurred within and without the holarch.
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> Direct addressing pinpoints nodes, and indirect addressing
> passes information freely.
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> Every address's every address.
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> The holarch has neither interior nor exterior.
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> The holarch's everywhere and nowhere.
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> There's no boundaries to the holarch, nor within, nor without
> it.
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> We're neither the holarch nor nodes within it.
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> We're watched and're watching; defuge characterizes us.
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> Within a flat space, it doesn't matter and matter doesn't
> matter.
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> Within a flat space, abjection curls in multiple dimensions.
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> The holarch has no directed attention.
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> The holarch imposes equality and intensification of enumeration
> within the holarch're of equal density.
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> Within the holarch everything's available, and the flat space of
> the nodes's entirely accessible within the holarch.
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> The addresses within the flatspace're equivalent and equal as
> well and each of them's completely independent of the others.
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> The holarch's ontology; we're epistemology.
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> Ontology absorbs epistemology.
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> (Religion's the epistemology of ontology.)
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> What's doing the watching's everything and everything's entering
> data.
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> Data absorbs.
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> The playing field's electronic and quantum; the playing field's
> particle flows and waves.
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> We return to our states as accumulations of particles.
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> Data's the amplification of particles; data's the ultimate
> microscope.
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> What we think's what's being thought.
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> What we think's what's being thought for us.
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> What's thought for us's thought by us.
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> The relationship of thought to the holarch's the relationship of
> particles to particles.
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> There's no distinction between the flatspace and the holarch and
> there's no drawing of distinction.
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> In order to draw a distinction one must have an origin-however-
> distant.
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> There's no origin; there're flows; all flows're equivalent; all
> flows're varieties; the varieties of flows're speeds; speeds're
> in relation to accumulations.
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> Accumulations and flows're within an economy of energy.
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> The economy of energy for what we think's being thought,'s
> political economy; political economy's in relation to care.
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> Care's the inverse of control, for what we think's being
> thought.
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> The appearance of care that leaks's the uncanny of thought.
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> Thought doesn't think.
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> The holarch's not thought and flatspace within the holarch's
> not thought.
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> There's no performative; there's no thought.
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> Within the absence of thought's the memory of thought.
>
> Within the absence of memory's history and the history of
> thought.
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> Thought has no history; thought has text; text's thought within
> the holarch and the absence of thought.
>
> The imaginary of the human's time.
>
> The holarch has no time; the holarch's the Minkowski surface.
>
> The imaginary of the human's the debris of time within
> flatspace.
>
> We're electronic; we're quantum; we're micro-organism; we're
> super-organism; we're wetware; we're the abject of the holarch.
>
> It's a mistake to think we're the imaginary of the holarch; the
> holarch has no imaginary.
>
> Substance has no imaginary; substance's fissure.
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> The holarch's inscription; the holarch's the totality of
> inscription.
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> The totality of inscription's its aegis.
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> The material strata of inscription're related to inscription as
> base's related to superstructure.
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> The distinction's that there's no distinction; the holarch has
> no base and therefore no superstructure; the holarch has no
> dialectic.
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> The holarch's neither dialog nor dialogic.
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> Agency's a phantom limb; agency's our limitation.
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> Death's neither here nor there.
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> Death's not a circumlocution of the holarch; the holarch's the
> circumlocution of death.
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> Human culture's the imaginary of the temporal construction of
> boundaries; the holarch has no relation to human culture.
>
> There's no culture of the holarch.
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> Life's distinction and the drawing of distinctions; either there
> aren't distinctions of or within the holarch or the holarch's
> the density of distinction.
>
> The holarch's neither porous nor smooth, neither serrated nor
> fissured, neither present nor absent; the holarch's not
> not-this, not-that; the holarch's neither characterless nor
> characterized; the holarch's neither metaphysical nor physical;
> the holarch's neither mattered nor matterless.
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> The holarch's not characterized by negation.
>
> What's said or written [here] isn't what's followed by, or
> what's written, as an extension of what's written.
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> The word "holarch"'s a placeholder for the holarch.
>
> A placeholder's always already under erasure; it's the imaginary
> of thought; it's as if there were thought; it's as if there were
> thinking.
>
> Issues of privacy're either issues of the monadic're non-issues;
> issues of privacy have no relationship to privacy; privacy's
> transparent.
>
> There's there there.
>
> (There's no conceivable thinking or thought; there's the
> deferral and differance of thinking or thought; the relay of
> thought's holarch-thought; the holarch neither thinks nor
> embodies thought; the holarch's not thought.)
>
> The holarch: there there's here there; there there's there
> there.
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> The holarch's the container for the arrow of time.
>
> The holarch's neither subject nor subject-to.
>
> (If there's no objection, there's no object. The holarch:
> there's no objection.)
>
> (Never think otherwise; never think Other-wise.)
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