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May 29, 2003

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Date: Thu, 29 May 2003 08:09:04 -0400
Subject: PotD


The mark of Cain won't sprout
from a soldier who shoots
at the head of a child
on a knoll by the fence
around a refugee camp--
for beneath his helmet,
conceptually speaking,
his head is made of cardboard.
On the other hand,
the officer has read The Rebel;
his head is enlightened,
and so he does not believe
in the mark of Cain.
He's spent time in museums,
and when he aims
his rifle at a boy
as an ambassador of Culture,
he updates and recycles
Goya's etchings
and Guernica.

--Aharon Shabtai
Translated from the Hebrew by Peter Cole.

Born in 1939 and educated on a kibbutz and at the Hebrew University, the
Sorbonne, and Cambridge, Aharon Shabtai is the author of sixteen books of
poetry. He is widely regarded as the foremost contemporary translator into
Hebrew and Greek drama.

Search-Engine Phenomenology and Philosophical Construct

Dispersions and Distributions: The Lessons of Search-Engines
Search-Engines in their Applications to Issues of Philosophy
Search-Engines and Theological, Sociological, Cultural Issues
Symbolic Emissions and Encapsulations of Philosophical Aporia
The Deconstruction of the Search for Truth
Epistemology-Based Foundations of Philosophical Systems
Collocation of Search Results in a Fractally-Based Domain
Truths and Falsehoods Problematized in Symbolic Emissions
Problematic of Agency and Culling in Search-Engine Results
Resolution of Results: The World as Filter and Dispersion
From Wittgenstein's TLP Enumeration to the Phenomenology of Bits
Information-Structure of Worlds and World-Creation
Non-Linearity of Re-Ordered Ranking of Search-Engine Results
Phenomenology of the Problematic of Foundations in Conventionalism
Conventionalism and Intuitionism in Relation to List and Hash Structure
Conventionalism and (Neo)Platonism: The Search-Engine and the Results
Phenomenological Structures of Search-Engines and Results
Do Meta-Searches Make a Differance?
Surplus Economics of Search-Engine Foundation Phenomenology
Dark Matter and Search-Engine Philosophy
Search-Engine and Speech-Act Theory as Performative Philosophy
The Problematic of Online Rigid Designators
Every World a Possible World Online
Theoretical Foundations of Naming, Tracing, Structuration
The Search-Engine as Philosophical Paradigm
Fundamental Ontology as Filter and Dispersion
The Merging of Epistemology and Ontology in Filter and Dispersion
The 'Difiltering' Neologism and its Philosophical Construct
The Filtering and Dispersion of Nothing
The Filtering and Dispersion of Anything and All
Theory and World: The Destruction of Theory
Wittgenstein's Escapement
'Burn this Post After You have Read it'
Search-Engine Phenomenology and Philosophical Construct


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