Disinformation “Sense Data & Perception” CD

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    “Or, rather: that man is called “I” and you know nothing else about him, just as the station is called only “station” and beyond it there exists nothing except the unanswered signals of a telephone ringing in a dark room in a distant city” - Italo Calvino, Turin, 1979

    “Night science, on the other hand, wanders blindly. It hesitates, stumbles, falls back, sweats, wakes with a start. Doubting everything, it feels its way, questions itself… it is a workshop of the possible… hypotheses take the form of vague presentiments… thought proceeds along sinuous paths, tortuous streets… the mind frets in a labyrinth, deluged with messages” - François Jacob, Paris, 1987


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