2015 BERGAMO KEYNOTE: A Parallel Universe: The Keynote I Did Not Give

jan jagodzinski

Abstract


What follows can be theorized as a ‘sheet of time’ that co-exists parallel to a keynote speech given at Bergamo, JCT conference on October 18, 2015.  It constitutes an alternative co-exiting universe or incompossible world as Deleuze develops this in The Fold, a trajectory of time that exists simultaneously but was not manifested – an incompossible present. It belongs to the same universe – but exists elsewhere. It was an ‘impossibility’ not then given, but given now, and it may well not be a true past.

 

 

 


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