We will examine the first of 4 confrontational situations: The Public Freakout. The first episode (this one) will the only episode that contains heavy context material and set-up. We must set-up what is known as condescension as a literary device. As you know, sarcasm and irony are used by philosophers and literary critics to help readers understand without it being "brainy" or "cranial." Condescension easily carries an altercation way above its climax. Understand how insults bring the Real back into space by using breaks in the signifying chains. If still overwhelmed, check out my blog to get better informed.
We often self-diagnose ourselves with something in order to cope with the fact that we are "different." The internet found a market for people who felt ostracized. If it was for the best or the worst... I don't know but it happened.
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Why are we called "The Lost Boys Generation?" How has the school system addressed the changing climate of our society? Does it well address the needs of students? Had I known that I was being abandoned in a social way, maybe I wouldn't be as worried as much. You can find me on Twitter @Geolacios or subscribe to my blog Rhizometheory.com
Put down your pens and pencils. This is no time for notes. I will begin my podcast with a soothing introduction. For future note, I will rely heavily on theory. I am a big reader of Deleuze and Guatarri and I will touch on accelerationist themes. You can find me at Rhizometheory.com or at Twitter @Geolacios