fear of a wet planet (rhythm I) – the city be the rhythm invisible (rhythm II)

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Ce texte a déjà paru sur le site Fugitive Philosophy. Fleeing the Disciplines fear of a wet planet (rhythm I) Drexciya (descending AfroMer) We should linger here for a long while on rhythm : it is nothing other than the time of time, the vibration of time itself in the stroke of a present that presents it by separating it from itself, freeing it from its simple stanza to make it into scansion (rise, raising of the foot that beats) and cadence (fall, passage into the pause). Thus, rhythm (...) - Philosophie – Nouvel article



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