Tuesday, May 18, 2010

item #4088

The first thing you need to know about me is that I remember how strange it was to first look upon the developmental cognitive process as a necessary process, which is both humane and psychic in its mildest forms, but, via dissociation or via overt inclusion, can be some kind of daydream, within which the daydreamer lives as if inside a book, or a motion-picture, or some other site of concentration, where the body's signals become wholly orientated towards a hunger for imagination at all costs, or within which any hitherto accepted capabilities cease to make connections, or within which thought itself is replaced, a fortiori, by an undeveloped intuition.

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