Arrow of chaos : romanticism and postmodernity by Ira Livingston

By Ira Livingston

Via modeling how you can imagine via chaos and during the mutual deformations of Romanticism and postmodernity, Arrow of Chaos contributes to replacement alignments of information throughout time and technique.

summary: through modeling how one can imagine via chaos and during the mutual deformations of Romanticism and postmodernity, Arrow of Chaos contributes to replacement alignments of information throughout time and process

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Disciplinarity is a plaid, a pattern of patterns that works not by being radiated from a center but by generating correspondences among nodes in multiple networks; Lacan called them "points of caption," upholstery buttons that fixate the social fabric. The local, spiderweb-like structure of gazes in the panopticon is made in relation to the web of webs formed by its distribution in the landscape. Far from separating inside from outside, a disciplinary landscape ensures that nobody can ever be simply inside or outside a prison or an asylum: how could we ever be simply inside or outside what is everywhere among us?

But there is no way back, no way, no no, that could bring us to unproblematized relations (where inside is inside and outside outside). The panopticon stands in for a range of other "antinomadic" techniques that will be enacted concurrently and over the next half-century in En- Introduction gland by such measures as systematic numbering of houses, establishment of a police force, a burgeoning network of controlled-access turnpike roads, decennial censuses, the spread of clinical medicine and medical networks, other expanding informationgathering and surveillance networks, and specifically antinomadic strategies such as restrictions on casual labor, poor laws, other institutionalizations, and so on.

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