God Was Here and I Did Not Know It: Intra-Thinking and the Material Immanence of Intuition
We are in an age of spillages and fundamental breaches in the borders of things. From the 2010 BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, to the ‘insurgency’ of Syrian refugees, to the surprising revelations that with the NSA the Americans spy on everyone else, and to the embarrassing implosion of courteous politics with leaked ‘locker-room tapes’ and Wikileaks journalism, it seems things do fall apart and centres are besieged and haunted. As such, we are being invited to question our concepts of purity, of static boundaries, and predetermined properties. The sacred is being reconfigured.
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