Conductive logic, a third logic after deductive and inductive logic, emerged in response to theories and practices of digital culture. This logic pairs with the concept of aleatory procedures, occurrence based upon chance accident, to generate inventive, non-fixed, and unreasonable logic in the digital epoch of electracy.
I have applied this reasoning to a philosophical space called chora, the third space that Plato archived in Timaeus, which lies potentially between being and becoming. The choral property of effacement produces a singularity; the essence of being, effaced of properties of reasoned, logical existence. The space of chora facilitates metaphysical realities: subconscious, unconscious and spiritual, and aleatory associations. Through conductive movement , a singularity inscribes into reasoned existence, maintaining both finite and metaphysical properties; it becomes, continually, effacing and reinscribing existence. This thesis explicates and applies conductive theory to generate becoming for unintelligible singularities in literature and digital, electric spaces.
|Advisor:||Arroyo, Sarah J.|
|School:||California State University, Long Beach|
|School Location:||United States -- California|
|Source:||MAI 50/01M, Masters Abstracts International|
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