File deleuze-guattari/deleuze-guattari.0608, message 17

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Date: Sat, 12 Aug 2006 11:21:51 +0200
Subject: Re: [D-G] Deleuze

Hello Mr. .+oot7AM martini []
(it would be a kind of basic  politeness and feedback communication in
regard of its setting
give an explanation of this unsigned emails with this addresses)

for the moment it is most also practical importance,
to emphasize  the boundedness
to neurochemical background of the philosophy of Deleuze and Guattari and
the thinking and feeling of people
especially suffering ones.

There, as I have already written,
the headquarter in the frontal brain
maybe get to little
neurotransmitters icy
the way of building new synapses in the cortex or
elsewhere in the brain,
so that is good to do
yoga and especially breathing
techniques, pranayama,
to tune it up again,
being more full master of oneself.
This is very basic and simple.
This maybe at most puzzling if one is used
to have a high degree o
being master of oneself,
so the diminish of this essential feature  is  often not felt and

This is indeed more important than controversies about political issues.

If you have a view of Deleuze and Guattari inspired by Mr. Pinhas
or not, this list in my eyes
is the one of right places to write something about it.
That would it also bring real back by material arguments -
not only announcing of intentions.

The remarks on Einstein
and creativity in mathematics was
an answer to your remark, being impressed by
Mr. Sapolsky,
 as I am politely dialogic.
 I refuted a little the thesis of the author Mr.. Sapolsky
who said that there is
loss of creativity  with age - relative soon.

Thus is not true for
scientific profession in general and
 special for mathematicians and Einstein.

A picture of mathematical and physical research was drawn there,
far away from reality at the universities
and research centers - and the thinking, feelings and actions of the
mathematicians and other researchers.
It is a kind of
building up
legends of science  even by
scientific educated people,
like Mr. Sapolsky,
what in my eyes has to be avoided.
Otherwise Grahams law -
bad money substitutes  good money -
would take place.

greetings Harald Wenk

-----Original Message-----
[]On Behalf Of
.+oot7AM martini
Sent: Freitag, 11. August 2006 18:41
Subject: Re: [D-G] Deleuze

I am getting very excited about bringing this back to deleuze and
pinhas.. there is so much information mounting and it is sticking
together very nicely, well there is a lot of flab that must be
rendered still. I am trying to block out new information and I dont
quite get the drift of where einstein fits in yet, but I will think
about it and see, maybe you could make an effort to tie this together
since you have brought it up.? As for now, some of the lines of
thought that are converging very nicely along the aieon and the
chronos do seem to traverse religion (as 1-to-2 potential of 3) and
the lebanon crisis, I am very surprized by this and look forward to
explaining these connections once I can articulate them clearly. I am
not there yet and it is the poetry of that meaning that is bouncing in
my head right now.

Particularly I am interested in the brain as BwO and also the special
mechanics of the ear and to compare that to the mechanics of
reterritorialization that deleuze and pihnas painfully discuss. the
term is so common in dyg's writting but I have not read anything else
that gets into the very mechanics of that process (esp. regarding the
1 and 2). In an effort to subvert the pretzelbrain's tendency to get
mystical I have found Nash's Games to be a backdoor to that same
domain.  the game, which is a psychological 3rd, plays both the 1 and
the 2 together and I am imagining that the choice of
deteritorialziation (vs re-terr...) is a choice to opt out of the
game, that terrible game we are asked to play which pretends to be a
definition of consciousness.
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