make that


Make that a double operator! what? is this metaphor, or speaking of
metaphor is that a double mixed cement? was this the make that a sweet
reft in the becoming of? her body absconded in the temple, of the
slit dress of her, the leg, in the meet four water in dark in
the library , this is the fastest poem you ever, heard. Close to herd,
as fox of sheep, no flock of feet, come whistle to your hound,
a close my riling, or wreath my darling, you creature of
your library

bring yr desire-card s.v.pl ~


at Stake


" What is at stake in my relation with Gilles is the conjunction, the graft with partial or total rejection, of two sorts of socio-libidinal organizations.
Gilles conquered with ease and even some virtuosity the right to move about in a relational field that I have been tangled up on for twenty years, that is currently escaping me because of my status as a common psychoanalyst and an author making me stand out and feel like a stranger.

I still have no control over this other world
of systematic academic work, secret programing over dozens of years.
I lack too much.
Too much lag has accumulated.
Habits acquired that I manage too poorly to discard.
Everything I do is a mess.
I would have to go back twenty-five years"

Guattari journal 10/13/72 from Antioedipus papers 404 eng. trans.
This was written about 8 months or after the publication of Antioedipus
with Gilles Deleuze
and Guattari's own first book Psychoanalysis and Transversality .
The man says he cant do the sort of work his friend Deleuze does. He differentiates himself as not being systematic ~ or organized. a recurrent theme motif~__ Not UnLIke Artaud? _ artaud the schizo.
cross posting this to recalltopoetry


  What he's discussing is not dissimlar to A problem of accumulation  and quantum(s) i.e. the mass of built up energies (not directed) over periods of time   .

 Thus the necessity for him and Deleuze working together arose at the right moment  and it goes without saying Deleuze himself marshalled different forces to bring this about . this rarely happens in literary affairs. it's been tried after a fashion but doesn't appear to come off  as a mix and dissolving into one mind ---- 

Literary authors, literary author functions are operating from a different assemblage .



on the other hand in that other country to the south

--------------------------------------- the Open Forum ----------------------


An end to cyn-i-CiSm ?


   Is the country Canada becoming more Canadada again more it's immanent becomer than the paranoid territorial despo(st)ic regime just ending?

No idealizing here  but a f air look a(t)
                      the economic cradle fo the immanent experiment the territory of flat lines and crude spaces

                   .. and more of empty prairie  and                       dog vision than

                        most of the other dumb place on a drag out planet banet.

                                 Won't you come with me and be my glove
                                           in the great Canadian space


                                                                         What does an assemblage say about this?

_____________ And surely if Harper himself was not a  'real' dictator he
                                                heading a despotic paranoid signifier regime  .

    its over and must keep ending.

                                                                                The left which happens to be Liberal now- a left that qualifies itself according to the real circumstances of real peoples real lives now where they live and die.

must do its job and ask  questions about Desire for Desire and around Desire. Or surely that paranoid right wring punch and putsch will come back again the turn of the repressed haunting our private and public place.

_____________________ How does an agencement imbroigle?

_______________ there remains the question of the t.p.p.,


                                                                       Bill C 51 

The controversial security bill rammed through Parliament by the Conservative government in the spring is expected to be overhauled without delay by the new Liberal government, say party officials and other sources.
Proposed legislation to add new measures and repeal some existing parts of the law, now known as the Anti-terrorism Act of 2015, or C-51, is already being drafted and is to be tabled early in the new parliamentary session. Consultations with the public and various experts are planned before the replacement legislation is put to a final House vote.

_______________ this is  good news.

    and the so called  citizen bills

             Michael Geist has written  about the question of digital rights etc.




Thee Subject of SemI OtICs


From The Subject of Semiotics by Kaja Silverman

The writerly text comes into existence as an archaeological dig at the site of a classic text. It exhumes the cultural voices or codes responsible for the latter's enunciation, and in the process it discovers multiplicity instead of consistency, and signifying flux instead of stable meaning. The 

writerly text is one which the reader or viewer has obliged to reveal the terms of its own construction, one which has been made available as discourse instead of as a transparent poetic, novelistic, or cinematic fiction.

"...reading is not a parasitical act..."


thank chaosophy


 thank chaosophy for the welfare  state


 the signifier, that old despot thought it was god, but god never believed it _he _ was god.

           it was thanks of chaosophy the welfare state became something became a becoming even
  with a possibility of

                                      humanity a discourse of humanity    a future

   poetry  plays a role  in this as Tristan Tzara and further back Rimbaud wrote

    Poetry is knowledge ahead of itself.

the welfare state which is almost poetic needs chaosophy to humanize its institutions.

 contempoprary sick(er)  and (sicker than ever) capitalism knows this but its trying to turn into popular


______________________      as the Mona says! get ready for TheE multipliers!


are you going to?


Pablo Picasso. Man with Arms Crossed. 1909. Watercolor, gouache and charcoal on paper pasted on cardboard. The Hermitage, St. Petersburg, Russia.
Question: when did you first meet Picasso?

Answer: Before I was born. I saw his work the eyes of my embyronic self. Probably early early on. I knew right away it was going to be in my eyes for the rest of my life. it was as if I had seen a sort of eternity in the flesh. i m not sure what eternity is   but i knew right off this would be close to my eyes brain & body forever





this blog


  this blog's temporarily closed                                                   ' on hold' 

 reterritorialized/delized? derealized?

                                                is that S  or Z 
                                                         doctor Dan?




schizo-analytic modelization


.                                                                                                                                             .


Les séminaires

Félix Guattari :
J’avais besoin de votre assistance éventuelle pour me clarifier les idées. Je me suis
aperçu – cela fait partie, d’ailleurs, de ce que je voudrais exposer – que, dans certains cas, on ne
pouvait pas se clarifier les idées tout seul, et qu’il fallait mettre en place un agencement d’énon-
ciation, parce que, sinon, les idées vous tombent des mains... Je cherchais un polygone de sus-
tentation des idées. Je ne sais pas si ce polygone est réalisé ici, on verra. Il était amorcé par une
série de discussions épisodiques avec M. dans la presse de rencontres, de congrès..., où j’ai été
amené à mettre en question des notions qui semblent aller de soi dans le domaine des systèmes de
références à l’égard de
et à relier un peu cet apport critique à celui que j’avais mené,
depuis plus longtemps, avec Deleuze, sur l’autre système, disons, des références psychanalytiques.
Alors, au fond, mise à part aussi une séance qu’on avait fait là, au 125, (deux ou trois), souvent,
je me suis posé la question de savoir s’il était opportun, judicieux, de sortir d’une perspective cri-
tique. Était-il concevable d’envisager une perspective méthodologique, pour essayer de rendre
compte, d’une autre façon, des pratiques d’intervention – de thérapie, de psychanalyse, peu
importe... Il s’agirait, donc, de formuler, dans cette perspective, une série de points de repère,
dont le premier objet serait de servir de garde-fou ; d’empêcher de retomber dans ces espèces
d’évidences, d’idées reçues, qui nous collent, vraiment, complètement à la peau, dans toutes ces
J’avoue que je suis encore très hésitant. C’est l’insistance de M. qui me pousse là, simplement, je
dirais, à essayer. Ce n’est pas vraiment un projet très délibéré, un corps consistant. Pour moi, il
n’aura de sens que si ça fonctionne. C’est-à-dire, très précisément, si les différentes avancées
théoriques que je proposerai ici, servent effectivement aux gens. Parce que, moi, elles me servent
pour ce que je fais, donc, je veux dire, ça me suffit très bien, je n’ai pas besoin d’un exposé ! Mais,
par exemple, j’ai apporté une certaine insistance sur l’hétérogénéité des composantes qui rentrent
en jeu dans les systèmes, la problématique des singularités, etc. ; et j’ai vu que, dans la mesure
où ça me permettait vraiment, d’avancer dans mon dialogue avec M., ça valait le coup. Sinon, je
n’ai pas envie, moi, de faire un échafaudage théorique pour le plaisir !
Donc, ce qui m’intéresserait, c’est un peu d’avancer, en fait, à partir d’une certaine
tabula rasa ;
d’étalonner, vraiment comme dans une démarche de réduction phénoménologique, exactement ce
qui tient et ce qui ne tient pas ; et puis, de balancer absolument tout, y compris des choses qui
paraissent évidentes parce qu’on les traîne avec soi depuis vingt, trente ans, c’est tout.
Je trouvais très intéressant, moi, (avec ce type que V. suit – Max et les ferrailleurs –) au fond là,
en quelques remarques, de voir que, peut-être, on pouvait se servir d’un certain nombre de notions
– relatives, notamment, à cette théorie des agencements – pour avoir la meilleure disponibilité, le
meilleur accueil possible pour l’entrée d’une série de données. Alors qu’une optique strictement
psychanalytique, ou strictement de thérapie familiale, aurait peut-être – c’est une hypothèse – pu
conduire à ne pas porter toute l’attention nécessaire à un certain nombre d’éléments singuliers.
Alors là, je pense en particulier à, littéralement, ce que l’on peut appeler ton « fantasme » : il y
avait derrière cette affaire un « coup fourré ». Qu’est-ce qu’on fait de ça, quand apparaît chez le
Les séminaires de Félix Guattari / p. 1
Les séminaires
de Félix Guattari
Félix Guattari
Présentation du séminaire


. Democracy is a grace ....' Norman Mailer... Gunter Grass But grace was the wong choice of word

Mailer claims Democracy is a grace; strange supernaturual choice of words . but it goes with him believing in the devil as a real figure in the actual world. so  Mailer believes in his own diagram myth of the world. whence does this arise? from his disillusion with it the world, andhistory.

but does she t he world have sexy with history? Herstory was not identical but a lip bleeding in the night.

 Gunter is another matter i dont recall what she was saying. Was she translating? Gunger said O yes I guess Guattari.

there are leaves on his head.

Both of these writers were outdated. Sources denied. except for authorship they did not exist. reactionary chains bringing back the power of the idea of author . but what is the author if its become a function but a  precursor and persoonafictation of t he writer?

And the artiist?

the artist is a megaphone holding her own origianl division rays up to the Sun of bold batting! and Data!

 ______________________________________________________  DiSJunctions of two splitting writers... one the so called earthy democrat the other the mad deluded believer of devils.



Günter Wilhelm Grass (German: [ˈɡʏntɐ gʀas]; born 16 October 1927) is a German novelist, poet, playwright, illustrator, graphic artist, sculptor and recipient of the 1999 Nobel Prize in Literature. He is widely regarded as Germany's most famous living writer.

Grass was born in the Free City of Danzig (now Gdańsk, Poland). In 1945, he came to West Germany as a homeless refugee, though in his fiction he frequently returns to the Danzig of his childhood.
Grass is best known for his first novel, The Tin Drum (1959), a key text in European magic realism, and the first part of his Danzig Trilogy, which also includes Cat and Mouse and Dog Years. His works are frequently considered to have a left-wing political dimension and Grass has been an active supporter of the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD). The Tin Drum was adapted into a film, which won both the 1979 Palme d'Or and the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. The Swedish Academy, upon awarding him the Nobel Prize in Literature, noted him as a writer
"whose frolicsome black fables portray the forgotten face of history".[5]


Norman Kingsley Mailer (January 31, 1923 -- November 10, 2007) was an American novelist, journalist, essayist, playwright, film maker, actor and political candidate. His first novel was The Naked and the Dead published in 1948. His best work was widely considered to be The Executioner's Song, which was published in 1979, and for which he won one of his two Pulitzer Prizes. In addition to the Pulitzer Prize, Mailer's book Armies of the Night was awarded the National Book Award.
In 1955, Mailer and three others founded The Village Voice, an arts and politics oriented weekly newspaper distributed in Greenwich Village.

The Life and Work of Norman Mailer and Günter Grass: Castle in the Forest &; Peeling the Onion