First, I did a new video!
Second, here’s your comment o’ the week:
Remember, nominate your comment o’ the week by replying to the comment (using the little arrow next to the post) and writing “COTW” somewhere in your response!
You actually get three this week because they all made me lol:
James Fox on the new Power Balance arena:
Wow, the Kings now have an arena sponsor as effective as they are.
GabrielBrawley on a Thanksgiving classic:
Turducken. What mad biologist created this thing? How did they even get a Turduck to fuck a chicken? Where do they ranch these monsters?
And a runner-up for skept-artist, who admits he used a generator for this but it’s still funny:
Oh great! A gibberish contest! Let me try.
The main theme of the works of Gibson is the role of the writer as reader. Therefore, Bataille uses the term â€˜capitalist discourseâ€™ to denote the stasis, and thus the failure, of neostructuralist sexual identity.
â€œSociety is elitist,â€ says Foucault; however, according to Dietrich , it is not so much society that is elitist, but rather the defining characteristic, and subsequent dialectic, of society. The characteristic theme of Geoffreyâ€™s essay on semantic pretextual theory is a submaterialist whole. It could be said that the collapse of the capitalist paradigm of reality prevalent in Ecoâ€™s The Aesthetics of Thomas Aquinas emerges again in Foucaultâ€™s Pendulum, although in a more mythopoetical sense.
The primary theme of the works of Eco is not discourse, as Lyotard would have it, but neodiscourse. Scuglia implies that we have to choose between capitalist discourse and Lyotardist narrative. In a sense, Foucaultâ€™s model of semantic pretextual theory suggests that the task of the observer is significant form.