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Contents Confession Desires non-suppressed Living forwards and understanding backwards Like Ludwig Wittgenstein The present is present Prelude Border-man What does it mean to be human When they had not yet been called by a name To understand means to be immersed in language A mission no agent can refuse The order is given, the order shall be executed Throughout this prelude Too much for one bite Mappings When above In the map of maps Through the utterance of my mouth shall I determine your destinies Measuring out and marking in And below Points and lines An Oceanick impulse Latitude and longitude Claudius Ptolemaeus Lines and labels Cosmas Indicopleustes In-between John Philoponus Plotinus Hypostasis is an infra-thin line The Tabernacle Mappae Mundi Medievalis The mappae mundi The Ebstorfer Karte Squaring the circle In my interpretation A fascinating document But what do they look like Instruments Saussurean Bar The sign is a map Like the power it signifies, the sign never sits still The nucleus of the sign is invisible A = B The question of identity and existence Naming is a tricky business The meaning of the sign is difference deferred In the ballet Quod Erat Geometry is a form of rhetoric In the fireworks of rhetoric The pivot of power The map of semiosis Geography is a form of imagination Imaginations Plato Let it be said again An object with or without its presence The Republic is a map Things can be seen, ideas can be thought Seemingly topsy-turvy This point To translate is to convey an idea from one art form to another To consecrate an image Always the need of a place to go to Dürer¿s print Mapping the Republic The meeting place Transcending these propositions At the time of the Armory show Abr(ah)am In the western canon These details minutely true The scar The story of how God first summoned and then tested Abr(ah)am My covenant It is through Isaac Moses The tension between trust and verification Aristotle¿s Laws of Thought Guarded by Satan Aristotle¿s Laws of Thought and Moses¿ Laws of Submission I am he, he and I are one I will put my law in their minds and write it on their hearts A fleeting Signifier and a capturing screen With the tip of his finger After this, Herr Goldschmidt Fine stories these are Kant The question The map itself The starry heavens above me and the moral law within me What makes themselves manifest In the absolute position of a thing The Kantian Island of Truth The typical cave-dweller The lines of power and limits of language In the deep vaults of the castle Collation Mission impossible From the beginning The limits of the oikumene The parallel lines The history of Being The word ¿power¿ The mapmaker¿s question As Plato¿s sun is setting Atlas Uruk The first map Much is changing Enkidu¿s eyes Place him in the care of the watches of the night Once back in the city The great gods in council Must I too die How was it that you found life The circle is closed Yet Peniel The second map Genesis 25¿36 Jacob left Beersheba To carry to heaven without death Deliver me Will and valor The Book of Job Cursing the day of his birth Establishing the boundaries between the humans and the utterly different The defense was signed Therefore in dust and ashes I repent The questions multiply Thebes The third map The theory of proper names and definite descriptions Oedipus¿ map takes the form of an equation The ambiguous must not be trusted Zero is the measure of the damned In the struggle between ultimates Nicaea The last map Jesus Christ of Nicaea Triangulation at work Such is the map of maps A spy in every village The border line shifted John of Damascus A rotten cross I consign to the fire In a limit and of a limit The light of light Not made by human hands Coming back to haunt its self Midnight mass in preparation Requiem Philadelphia In the wake of modernity Such spaces are worlds in themselves Have another apple, my dear Family resemblances, incestuous parallels Wisdom-loving philosophers and food-loving workers I too share Socrates¿ belief If there were no imagination With that remark constantly in mind The vanishing fix-point The projection of perspective The mappa of the picture plane Appearance and apparition The point of the point Uppsala The first week of the ninth month of the third millennium A crystal palace Mappa Mundi Universalis Five years later And thus it is Memorials Notes Bibliography Proper names (In)definite descriptions Acknowledgments
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Philosophy, Modern -- 20th century.
Philosophy, Modern -- 21st century.