HAUNT2: I Would Prefer Not To

what is the phantasm but a conjuring of the unheimlich? the fantasmatic brought to bear the weight of its own performative denunciation, border trace of spuk, the enigmatic becoming of the unspeakable, unnameable—à la mort—into dasein?

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jouissance
ˈʒwiːsɒ̃s,French ʒwisɑ̃s/

noun

formal
  1. physical or intellectual pleasure, delight, or ecstasy.

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HAUNT1: Time is Out of Joint

Es passiert wieder ||

Es passiert wieder ||

Es passiert wieder ||

in which the apparent presence of being is replaced by a deferred non-origin  (haunting, ghosts, the supernatural)  itself a distance—t ( )

‘remémoire’ pour ‘hantologie’

English[edit]. Etymology[edit]. French hantologie: equivalent to haunt + -ology, and a near-homonym to ontologie (“ontology”). March 13, 2006  1999 I repeat, I re-cite: hauntology is

March 13, 2006  1999

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March 13, 2006  1999

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March 13, 2006  1999

 

HAUNT0: Digital Geometries, Capital Haunts and the Beautification of the Void

arduous spite

the day they laid the brickwork

and two hundred staff

we settled on the ocean’s floor

belly up like BP

too young to know

our exams had taken place

in a house of straw

 

<< the bridge’s broken tarmac >>

<< the oil in the empty lot >>

<< the student suicides >>

 

putrid crust of the imago

machinic repetition of the same

transferable capital

 

 

 

BABEL10: (Men)struation and Other Unspeakable Things

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the end never came

for we had already arrived

An outcry an irruption a line of flight

lynchpin through the broken wheel

the violence of the panopticon

and apologies apologies apologie

 

le Trésor de la langue française informatisé

définitions, section_expression …
l'extatique
l'épuisé
l'opprimé

babel will always stand on the side of

さようなら。

BABEL9: Witness the End

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adieux: du spectacle mon amour – nein dasein nein dasein nein dasien

it was nice knowing you

it was nice knowing you

huis clos(ure) (no?) an end without exit a circle without entry || an eternal return (v pure?)

perhaps it was too soon, history had yet to catch up; or it had always-already been too late, and we were fooling ourselves, and we were fooling you all, and we were all grand fools in a fool world; both audience and clown, both laughter and tears, as the theatre around us burned a cacophonous scream

perhaps we deserve nothing more than this, for our ignorance, for our arrogance, for our pleasure, for our hatred, for our suffering, for our love — a love too fucking grand and terrifying to remain unbattered, untouched, unalienated, uncrushed, un un un, the beating pulse of a world still struggling, despite everything, to be more than it is, to burst apart the concrete seams, the fool’s parade, the fool’s theatre, the fool’s zine

it was nice

but it was never enough

and so it ends.

BABEL8: Here Are Your Issues

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as in faust the cosmic capitalist offers the magical girl power but a power instrumentalised through the indefinite deferral of desire and the regimentation of labour into nightly pseudocyclical encounters with death

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BABEL6: Laughing is Good for You . . . if You Don’t Kill Yourself

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“there are strong parallels between suicide and consumption”

steady loss of semblance

as the world tilts

and tilts

and tilts

and tilts

and tilts.

“its not really the original one just a remake, you could say a second original”

BABEL5: The Desiring Machines

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hopeless whirl turned back on itself

tooth smiled

and aching

; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ;

a copy a copy a copy a copy

; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ;

a a a a a a a a a a a a

BABEL4: il n’y an pasu

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the empty set stands in for nothing the empty set stands in for nothing the empty set stands in for nothing the empty set stands in for nothing the empty set stands in for nothing the empty set stands in for nothing the empty set stands in for nothing the empty set stands in for nothing the empty set stands in for nothing the empty set stands in for nothing the empty set stands in for nothing the empty set stands in for nothing the empty set stands in for nothing the empty set stands in for nothing the empty set stands in for nothing

IN THE STATE OF INTEGRAL REALITY THE SIMULATION REVEALS ITS OWN NOTHINGNESS ALONG WITH OUR OWN.