Monday, January 26, 2004

Seem to be spending the day on websearches and upkeep of my Vast Network of Associates.

Unintentionally comic academic writing, from a review on Benjamin Friedlander: "Within this art-historical context, it’s almost too easy to say that abjection represents a return of transgressive subjectivity as the repressed." Yeah, -almost-. (Thinking also of the Peter Kivy article that begins a section by saying, "I begin this section with a joke," from the same issue of -The British Journal of Aesthetics- containing an article whose abstract claims that "music operates like a proof.")

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