I am fascinated by this guy, but a huge mass of shifting, pudding-like terminology defeats me.
Is there an introduction to his thought in baby talk for those of us who haven’t spent years reading Hegelian, Marxist, and especially Lacanian texts? I’ve always had a difficult relationship with philosophical and sociological jargon. The kind of writing where words like “motion” and “face” and “violence” turn out to mean “black walnut ice cream,” “Terry and the Pirates,” and “egg.” Until the next page, where they all mean something else.
If it’s worth it to nail down enough terminology in advance to read the Zizzer, what’s a good prep?
I’d really like to read more serious intellectual stuff. The jargon factor just stops me and leaves me flailing in the pudding.
Spam du jour, via Xanga:
Sup ignatzmous, my name is Chad am Im 18 years old, i have been involved in the web-development area for a few years now. Recently I released a web site specifically made for teens.
Its a general site that exercises the first amendment. My site is called Beast Toast. It has about 8,000 members already, so if you have a question about something, or just want to share your thoughts feel free to hit my site up.
Sup Chad. Beet toast? Beast totes? Bee Stoats? First amendment? web-development? CHAD?
Shouldn’t toast be instantaneous? There’s no slow simmery magic or magic roasting chemistry going on. The raw material is fully cooked. It’s just dry heat applied to sliced bread.
Why are all toasters not 0.2 sec flash toasters that throw beautiful perfect computer fuzzy logic adjusted toast back you as soon as you hit the button? What’s holding us back?