Monday, June 14, 2010

Deleuze; the absolute idealist

Recently I have been trying to write this blog in clause chains
rather then traditional sentence paragraph structure

and I received a rather interesting comment along the lines
that this is as if it were thought in production
     with hesitations         gaps                and    so    on

I hope to get       the real flesh and blood neural body
contra the ideal bodies of Nietzsche and Deleuze
     philosophy's    ideal      always      not         there

Yesterday         I stumbled onto another    naked      body

I am an Aspergers in severe neurological pain

rather then the popular idealist  misconception
of Aspergers as being low on affect  
that is the ideal body
with limited affect

                  Aspergers is a neurological condition
which in real neural terms is an overloading of distressing affect as if pain is a
brick wall that one is attached to and unable to break from or through

without the  use of morphine, which my government denies me
                  as luck would have it
I have enough valium and codeine to get through to words
                             and thought

It seems to me here
                the body must  break away
                                       from philosophy
                  which itself becomes a brick
       wall denying access to the
real neurological flesh and blood body

In this blog I have been playing analog against digital images
and again Deleuze is mistaken in his logic of aligning
the human body with the analog against
the digital societies of control

Rather, the real flesh,
blood and neural body
           is the interface
the real flesh and blood
                         face      the Asperger misreads
not because of lack of physical
                 affect           facial expressions, body languages
and so forth         but because of a neural
overload in the feedback system
which is the flesh and blood body

Deleuze's alignment of the analog with the human
then his mistaken absolute idealism

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