The Alan Sondheim Mail Archive

   |  the world is perfect, not imperfect
   |  negation is a quality of syntax; perfection is ikonic
   |  negation is a decision; beyond inscription, the world lies
   |  good is a quality of the world; evil is a quality of semiosis
   |  goodness is meaningless; perfection is meaningless
   |  meaning is a carving of the other by the other in the original face
   |  writing inscribes; inscription is written
   |  punishment is a quality of ethos; ethos is disembodied code
   |  the book of nature knows no language
   |  nothing is corrupted, nothing corruptible
   |  semiosis squares the good and rounds the evil
   |  disembodied code is the code of disembodiment
   |  the meaningless is good and perfect
   |  identity is meaningless
   |  semiosis is the simultaneity of equivalent structures
   |  occupation is inscription; inscription occupies
   |  all is fluid, fractal, quantum within degrees
   |  the world is balanced, not balanced
   |  imbalance is eternal motion, the torsion of semiosis
   |  decision is always quantum
   |  the legibility of nature is only the nature of legibility
   |  cross the chiasm, from meaning to meaningless
   |  infinite information constructs a world
   |  infinite information is meaningless
   |  there is no deviation beyond inscription
   |  perversion is a version of the carving of the other
   |  the face is everywhere; the world has no face
   |  the world has no carving; nothing is written in the world
   |  organism inhabits the meaningless
   |  the law of ownership is the ownership of law
   |  ownership is among the imperfect and temporary
   |  the code of disembodiment is post-mortem
   |  whatever is said, is said after one
   |  an inscription is meaningless, two inscriptions are unbalanced
   |  saying something is never something saying
   |  what is said, is meaningless
   |  there is nothing of the world
   |  a center is an instant
   |  "For it is only the finite that has wrought and suffered;
   |  the infinite lies stretched in smiling repose." - Emerson
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