The Alan Sondheim Mail Archive

September 13, 2010

'sources can be assumed by tracing trajectories back to origins.' *

a deity that demands belief is a circular logic fueled by power.
other than the social, there is no gain in believing in a deity.
the social demands an absolute directly, the deity by proxy.
the social constructs the horror of disbelief and negation.
to negate the deity is to negate the absolute.
to negate the absolute is to relegate oneself to the abject.
the abject transforms inherent value into disgust.
the disgusting is expelled.
the social erects expulsion and annihilation as divine command.
the social creates an absolute wall between belief and disbelief.

belief in a deity and belief in justice are inherently different.
the aegis of power entangles then as 1:0.
justice and laws are inherently different.
laws are constructed by the social under the aegis of divinity.
law is infinite and tends towards infinite closure.
justice has no origin.
justice is to law as 0:1.

it is the matter of belief which is a violation.
belief is always a violation and always a surplus.
it plays a role only as the foundation of inerrancy.
there is no other foundation of inerrancy.
belief and inerrancy are as 1:1.

a deity has an ineffable and numinous name.
the name of a deity is tricked.
the tricked name is not the name.
the name is the power of the name.
the tricked name is to language as 0:0.
language is the circumscription of the name of the deity.
speech is always a circumscription.
speech and writing are the violence of language.
language is inherently violent.
language is to the world as 1:0.
the ineffable name grinds the law.
the law is such because it is believed to be the law.
justice is such because it is believed to be nothing.

i will not murder: that is to the good.
i will not act against others; others will not act against me.
i will or will not believe: that is the horror of inerrancy.
inerrancy dictates the horror of belief.
inerrancy inheres to language; language inheres to inerrancy.
inerrancy trumps inerrancy; inerrancy trumps contradiction.
the language of inerrancy sutures subject and contradiction.
the language of inerrancy corrals neither x nor y.
the corral circumscribes divine power; the boundary is abject.
the abject boundary is therefore the most violent.
beyond the abject boundary daily life is grounded in language.
the language of daily life is  fundamentally one of dictation.
the source of dictation, of speech, is divine power.
the source of divine power is power.

power locates itself topographically.
topographically, not topologically: building, not dwelling.
the building is always a circumscription.
the wall of the building is all.


'sources can be assumed by tracing trajectories back to origins.'
the trajectories are permanently unknowable.
the trajectories are errant.
according to power, the trajectories are knowable and inerrant.
mathesis and data are absolute.
mathesis may be stochastic or classical.
heisenberg is the dispersion of power and not its ungrounding.
knowing within calculable tolerances is the divine totality.
knowledge is division within language, capital, absolute.
knowledge is .5:.5.

the assumption of sources is divine.


William Safire's Rules for Writers:

Remember to never split an infinitive.  The passive voice should never
be used.  Do not put statements in the negative form.  Verbs have to
agree with their subjects.  Proofread carefully to see if you words
out.  If you reread your work, you can find on rereading a great deal
of repetition can be avoided by rereading and editing.  A writer must
not shift your point of view.  And don't start a sentence with a
conjunction.  (Remember, too, a preposition is a terrible word to end a
sentence with.)  Don't overuse exclamation marks!!  Place pronouns as
close as possible, especially in long sentences, as of 10 or more
words, to their antecedents.  Writing carefully, dangling participles
must be avoided.  If any word is improper at the end of a sentence, a
linking verb is.  Take the bull by the hand and avoid mixing
metaphors.  Avoid trendy locutions that sound flaky.  Everyone should
be careful to use a singular pronoun with singular nouns in their
writing.  Always pick on the correct idiom.  The adverb always follows
the verb.  Last but not least, avoid cliches like the plague; seek
viable alternatives.

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