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By means of his unacknowledged citations of other people's language, Brown keeps "his" voice in motion, thereby generating, ideally, not only abolitionist incitement and aesthetic excitement, but a rich, cosmopolitan sociability, defined by its difference from--and openness to--subjectivity and nonsubjectivity alike.
What distinguishes the coupling of animals from the coupling of human beings is, after all, the former act's utter nonsubjectivity, its mute haphazardness.
I think Cage welcomed the equivalence of nonsubjectivity and "Nature," but in so doing allowed a duality to creep in between subjectivity and "Nature." The subjective ego has less value than objective Nature, he seems to believe, instead of both being parts of a value-free whole.