Vein 1: Violent machines of subjection

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This post contained an draft version of a dissertation section. A more recent version is now available on the works page.

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2 thoughts on “Vein 1: Violent machines of subjection

  1. “There’s this old story about Freedom and Control…” I was wondering if you could speak to what you said about choices being predicted beforehand. To what extent are they predetermined beforehand? I’m reminded of Massumi’s grid in the Parables intro. Been thinking a lot about it lately. If narrative is a projection of a metamorphosis of reality, can we come down on the side of Freedom (or positive feedback loops or whatever) on that ground alone as a means of counteracting the negative feedback (control) that channels as much as it can back into the grid?

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