1.26.2011

time is glue? Corry at the Shores of Ponty et L'eau deleuze .... glittering waters of ...






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 come along  here  ,


                      is here where ?

it's here  with



 Corry is  a bridge maker leaping across the coarse folds of difference that bring into elegant parts of disjunction the work of Merleau and Deleuze





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'What does time's composition got to do with you? '    

another  at this end  ~







'We live in the present. But one thing that makes the present so rich is that our pasts continue to speak into the current moment'   _________________________


                                              because I am incoherent
                                                                      i cannot write 


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switching I to

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FunKY Body MachinE






Parts of glue






time



to part






organic integration




(gold)
(brassbygold)









begining of our lives






 part an' whole


 disjointed parts of funk



whole to part 



blend        harmony?



whole






 subject and world



 &  Maurice Merleau



think



differential
earth
pull


at 

moon  




 hand 
stick
gear 







"Le regard obtient plus ou moins des choses selon la manière dont il les interroge, dont il glisse ou appuie sur elles. Apprendre à voir les couleurs, c'est acquérir un certain style de vision, un nouvel usage du corps propre, c'est enrichir et réorganiser le schéma corporel. (190b)"









 and  Mister 






"Deleuze presents to us a very different view on the body, and we will try to expand on it. "






 so












"we find our body's parts not properly coordinated. So for a Deleuzean phenomenology, the organic integration within the body and between the body and world is not what is phenomenologically interesting. "









" The opposite concerns us. 



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oncerns us. 






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 'drink to splash in our face.'
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of incoherence, "ments 






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 "                                                                                                                    



 this idea of  the break apart of things /  ,made me think of this 



enunciation  ,,  



  






                                   Deleuze    stressin'            


           incohere  


'
Neither  Felix  nor myself are very attached to the pursuit 
or even      coherence of what we write... if there 


   (between book)  (between A/O et M/Pl)



  are things that don’t work ...., it doesn’t matter... I mean that we are not among those authors who think of what they write as a 



whole












 if we change, fine, so there’s no point in talking to us about the past. '
278 DI






and moving along the surface of the body      


Corry says   












"And yet, somehow our bodies hold together"






(and how beautifully too~!)






and asking us himself 






"Do things need to be organically related integrationally in order for there to be an overall functioning? 






Or perhaps is it the opposite case, that proper functioning requires disjunctive functions? "


















 Mister Pirate wrote  (lookin a t   t he  C )



'The earth is pulling at the moon. But the moon is pulling itself away from the earth.


                                          Together they spin around.


It is on the basis of the incoherence of their forces that the two can maintain their differential relation.   '







                                                                                                                               go see  for  (yr) 
                                 several selves reader  


because life  is           juxtaposed 
                    


                                       and the body's juxtaposed (posted )  parts


working in   




                                                                      parts perhaps  a  s   a