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Dopplegangers Mind Map
Transcript of Dopplegangers Mind Map
Loss of Location / Leveling of Geographic Location
Wal Mart, McDonalds, Home Depot, Hobby Lobby,
K-Mart, Costco, Taco Bell, Target, Ikea,
Erring: A Postmodern A/Theology
Lost - Baseless
without contex -
Task Orientation/ Task oriented work force
Task oriented education system
Based on economism/ uses economy as a work motive
Rewards success, punishes failure
Encourages one to be 'right' but not to try.
Produces a profitable citizen, valued for their abilities as an individual
value judgements; good vs bad
machines once used to make tasks easier can now replace human body
(information, stories, images, forms of life, etc..)
Evolution is design out of chaos without the aid of mind.
(land, natural resource etc..)
The question of distribution of the 'commons' must be adressed
(the ability to see possibility/ to think creatively)
Zone of the Cyborgs
Zone of Entitlement
Brown Dwarf Twin Sun
movement without an end goal
Noise is not bad
mind body dualism
to experience and interact with a space
independant of the intended and perscribed
physical death =/= conscious death
attempt to differentiate from animals
"i think therefore i am"
Force Fed Culture
Direction can thwart
loss of personal history and context
'Creation and Distribution of the Common':
The Coming Insurrection
Michael Foucault: Discipline and Punish: Panopticism:
Marina Abramovic by Laurie Anderson: About Meditation and acceptance- divergent thinking etc...
Kazuo Ohno and Tatsumi Hijikata's BUTOH
as reaction against the westernization of Japan