quote- Deleuze/Guattari

“Analysis again. But where? How? Well, everywhere possible. Where unskirtable contradictions come to the surface. Where disturbing breaches of meaning trip us up amidst daily banalities, impossible yet perfectly viable loves, all kinds of constructivist passions that mine the edificies of morbid rationality… It can be individual, for those who tend to lead their lives as if it were a work of art; dual in all possible ways, including, why not, a psychoanalytic couch, as long as it has been dusted off; multiple, through group, network, institutional, and collective practices… leading, through a systematic decentering of social desire, to soft…

quote- Deleuze/Guattari

“Analysis again. But where? How? Well, everywhere possible. Where unskirtable contradictions come to the surface. Where disturbing breaches of meaning trip us up amidst daily banalities, impossible yet perfectly viable loves, all kinds of constructivist passions that mine the edificies of morbid rationality… It can be individual, for those who tend to lead their lives as if it were a work of art; dual in all possible ways, including, why not, a psychoanalytic couch, as long as it has been dusted off; multiple, through group, network, institutional, and collective practices… leading, through a systematic decentering of social desire, to soft…

vocab

re·mu·ner·a·tion n1. a payment or reward for goods or services or for losses sustained or inconvenience caused2. the paying or rewarding of somebody for goods or services or for losses sustained or inconvenience caused shib·bo·leth n1. a word or phrase frequently used, or a belief strongly held, by members of a group that is usually regarded by outsiders as meaningless, unimportant, or misguided2. a saying that is widely used or a belief that is widely held, especially one that interferes with somebody’s ability to speak or think about things without preconception3. a unique pronunciation, word, behavior, or practice used to…

vocab

re·mu·ner·a·tion n1. a payment or reward for goods or services or for losses sustained or inconvenience caused2. the paying or rewarding of somebody for goods or services or for losses sustained or inconvenience caused shib·bo·leth n1. a word or phrase frequently used, or a belief strongly held, by members of a group that is usually regarded by outsiders as meaningless, unimportant, or misguided2. a saying that is widely used or a belief that is widely held, especially one that interferes with somebody’s ability to speak or think about things without preconception3. a unique pronunciation, word, behavior, or practice used to…

Quotes – Nietzsche, "Thus Spoke Zarathustra"

“And we should consider every day lost on which we have not danced at least once. And we should call every truth false which was not accompanied by at least one laugh.” “To every soul there belongs another world; for every soul, every other soul is an afterworld. Precisely between what is most similar, illusion lies most beautifully; for the smallest cleft is the hardest to bridge.” “O Zarathustra,” the animals said, “to those who think as we do, all things themselves are dancing: they come and offer their hands and laugh and flee — and come back. Everything goes,…

Quotes – Nietzsche, "Thus Spoke Zarathustra"

“And we should consider every day lost on which we have not danced at lest once. And we should cal every truth false which was not accompanied by at least one laugh.” “To every soul there belongs another world; for every soul, every other soul is an afterworld. Precisely between what is most similar, illusion lies most beautifully; for the smallest cleft is the hardest to bridge.” “O Zarathustra,” the animals said, “to those who think as we do, all things themselves are dancing: they come and offer their hands and laugh and flee — and come back. Everything goes,…