Date: Thu, 01 Mar 2001 22:58:02 -0600 Subject: Re: Reverse hegemony sebastjan jeretic: > > About reverse hegemony: > I agree you have a point about hegemony. I wanted to emphasize the asymmetrical nature of the relationship, but recognize in doing so I may have overemphasized its powers of its totalization. The fact that hegemony can be recognized as such and critiqued creates openings, spaces, pathways, breaks, get-of-jail-free-cards that should be utilized. The trick is to find a point of entry into the system, to create something like a virus that is capable of transversing the circuits of the matrix and to poison the well. My own passive feeling - the one that resists obvious common sense is the germ of that virus. It has already escaped their lies by means of new paralogical lies. But these lies refuse piety and embrace the lines of flight, the pagan sustainable joys. Hegemony gives way to Sovereignity. But don't hedge your bets.
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