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Skin of the Mind

Suppose meaning arises not from linguistic “deep structure” nor yet from the construction of the world-as-language but from corporeality: the perpetual intercalation of body and world and language. Meaning obtains not from resemblance, nor representation, nor signification, but from the shimmering of language over the surface of the world (skin of the mind) when it […]

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