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PostSubject: Nietzsche and the Metaphor   Sun Jun 03, 2012 12:41 am

Title of the thread is the title of a book in which which the writer exhibits the metaphor as the underlying way of designating of all formulaic logic. This concept is not unknown or uncommon by itself, but it is interesting to notice from the constant returning to the premise, that what follows as a consequence of this realization is far more difficult to control and even influence than ccould be expected of what so far had lived as philosophy. Heidegger made it apparent that it is possible to reason this way, via broad strokes of densely meaningful landscape. His metaphors were sober, real-life objects. A wise opening move, from which we have, via Deleuze and other meaningful post-x dwellers who arranged the game so that everything is indeed possible, arrived at a position to create an attack. Here the metaphor ends, because there is no opposing king.


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