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

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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