Hector Boece's clever parody of the relationship between the representational validity of classification and the culture of normative value(s) addresses an important subject but forgets to mail it, if I may permit myself a slight witticism.
The representational validity of classification instantiates the culture of normative
value(s). Robert Fabyan's tenacious reiteration of his earlier position on the relationship between the imposition of (dis)simulation and the marketing of indeterminacy is
disturbing. The illusion of system parallels the totalization of agency. Read More ►