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Chapter 27. 0 and 2: Object-Oriented writing

There seems to be a mutual logic in some of the most dominant practices and theories. It is the binary logic of on and of, zero and one. In psychoanalysis one could transfer that logic onto Freud’s “fort” and “da”, the play he saw his grandson was playing after his mother has left him. Suggesting […]

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Chapter 22. The sublime Code

After the end of writing, as announced by Catherine Malabou, grammatology has found its end before it even started. The inflation of the term “writing” not only in the humanities, but also in hard sciences like biology, genetics, cybernetics, etc. let to a diffusion what writing is, and what is that which is written. Especially […]

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Chapter 12. Riddle me this OOO.

In his interesting book on Mallarmé, Quentin Meillassoux notices the arbitrary of hermeneutics and hermetic texts in a dialectical approach. Many exegetes of Mallarmé’s famous poem “Dice Throw” try to solve the mystery of how the poem is made: does Mallarmé implanted a code or not? Is this important one might ask to understand the […]

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