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That's a lot of movement (bowel that is)

Posted by: Joel Jacobson ( none, USA ) on March 24, 1999 at 11:29:17:

In Reply to: Nope, he's a Deleuzian. posted by Red Deathy on March 23, 1999 at 13:52:52:

Argh. We spent a good 15-20 posts awhile back arguing just this. I was pointing out that your whole philosophy (and Hegel's) was a re-worked Aristotelian essentialism. You fiercely denied it and then you go and post this. You've blatantly just admitted to essentialism. Ugh, if I didn't respect you for the worthy opponent you are, I'd probably say very rude, insulting things like I do to Lark, SDF, and QX.

: Deathy:Erm, no, because teh Doctrine of Essence is an idea that something doesn't exist, but by its not existing, or trying to come into existence, the historical dialectic moves forwards, capitalism is an Essence, a movement, but it tehrefore doesn't exist. Nice try.

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