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As the phrase goes, “the communication between two terms generates an independent third.”
Resonance isn’t found by plumbing the interiority of two singularities, or even their overlap. (A U B)
Rather, resonance is an external force in-between singularities that incites forms of content and expression.
Dominic Smith’s response article to Badiou’s Clamour of Being is an amazing descriptive piece that lays the groundwork for theorizing this form of inter-action: (more…)