aporia pidgeon


embodying an avatar
July 13, 2007, 7:52 pm
Filed under: aporia pidgeon, introduction

darwin derived avatar

courtesy of wikipedia, accessed today:

this is fig. 19 (english carrier) from variation of animals and plants under domestication by charles darwin (1809-1882)

this image is in the public domain as its copyright has expired

and so what of its prospects for continuing an evolution

from here to here to here … to hear ?

is it the image that evolves, or the embodying of that said image

till no trace remains of the original, save its source, and its grace perhaps

from plagiarism to (un)plagerism to plague-rism anon:

an exquisite corpse in the making;

an eNglish carrier of our very own

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Whereof one cannot speak, thereof one must be silent.

Comment by p wittgenstein

whereof one may speak in eNglish, thereof one need not be silent

Comment by a pidgeon

It is one of the chief skills of the philosopher not to occupy himself with questions which do not concern him.

Comment by p wittgenstein

and you said “One of the most misleading representational techniques in our language is the use of the word ‘I.'”

Comment by a pidgeon

A philosophical problem has the form: I don’t know my way about.

Comment by p wittgenstein

are we doing philosophy here?

Comment by a pidgeon

Philosophy is like trying to open a safe with a combination lock: each little adjustment of the dials seems to achieve nothing, only when everything is in place does the door open.

Comment by p wittgenstein

and then will that cat be counted dead or alive?

Comment by a pidgeon

What can be shown, cannot be said.

Comment by p wittgenstein

what can be said, cannot be counted

Comment by a pidgeon

… yes, and what can be counted, may not be an eNglish carrier QED

Comment by aporia pidgeon

[…] finals – mixed doubles championships courtesy of aporia green – thankfully, am still looking like a pidgeon for the time being (though can you imagine me even attempting to hold a decent racket in this state […]

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