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Our culture is being accelerated to the point of breakdown by various electronic extensions of our central nervous system and by the vast memory and very fast analytic sequentiality of the computer, a medium which represents the extreme phase of the development of a logical, left-hemispheric corporate mentality.
2) Narratives were identified by the criteria of temporal sequentiality and agent orientation (cf.
We summarize these questions as follows: (1) How do sequentiality and information about previous contributions in a sequence affect the contributions of subjects who have to decide later in the sequence?
The causal inference can be approximated by a visual analysis of the patterns of sequentiality between peaks in media attention (lines) and peaks in government action (dots).
The main section of the article will then focus on the first of the three aspects mentioned, the modelling of poetic sequentiality, i.
Wordsworth's 'two-consciousnesses' can then be seen as a division, not simply between me-now and me-then, but between discursive time and narrative time--a radical discontinuity which ruptures the illusion of sequentiality and insists, embarrassingly, on self-presence and voice; insists too that invocation itself may be more important than what is invoked.
This applies to Brakhage as well, in large part because there is probably no greater influence on Brakhage than Stein, at least in terms of thinking of alternatives to narrative sequentiality as the foundation of consciousness.
In addition, they also allow the analysis of the relations between these behaviours, such as sequentiality, association and covariation.
It allows for a sharp description of frictions that private information and sequentiality of transactions imposed on the provision of insurance against preference shocks.
Reading the passage in this way liberates artisanship from any narrow purposefulness, dissociates craft from its tools, and--the point with which I will conclude--mirrors a view of Cellini that praises rather than rejects his lack of sequentiality.
These orthodoxies also establish a certain sequentiality of knowledge production based on an idea that knowledge systems are vertically integrated.
In other words, we need spatial categories to make sense of the sequentiality of history, to determine the basic content of what we label as "events," and to bring change to their course.