“a dynamically different system at each step”…Jay Lemke

I just have to share this article from my current research work – it so cogently contains the sort of theory I desire to work on and within…

Across the Scales of Time: Artifacts, Activities, and Meanings in Ecosocial Systems by Jay L. Lemke

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2 thoughts on ““a dynamically different system at each step”…Jay Lemke

  1. I appreciated the flow of language in the first few pages, before the path became steeper and the air, rarified! It bloomed things in my brain. Interestingly, as I attempted to sign in to comment, my iPad got stuck in a loop of some strange temporal sort. What sprung to mind: a Tibetan Buddhist transmission of teachings to a crowd of people, in Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche’s autobiography, that lasted for six months…..six volumes of Pali texts describing the lives of previous Buddhas…..interactions by memory, resonance, coincidence, attraction across centuries….African spirit helpers drawn to shaman by predelictions, things appreciated, objects delighted in….a web. Really great read! Thanks.

"A word is a bridge thrown between myself and an other - a territory shared by both" - M. Bakhtin

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