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Plagiarism for all, not just boring poets!

from the conclusion: “we begin to find a real alternative to the plagiarism of Nunn and Slattery, and indeed any plagiaristic activity which by merely aping the ideology of the bourgeois ‘atom’ reinforces a false account of all creative activity. … Continue reading

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Power

(Notes toward a Situationist Dictionary) The Situationist International (SI) used the term ‘power’ (‘pouvoir’) in two ways. First they used it as a verb, ‘pouvoir’, which translates as ‘to be able to’ or ‘to be capable of’. Thus they characterized … Continue reading

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