A discussion of the 4 degrees of decontextualization and application to multiplicity.Support the show
How to create a glitch- monologues- season 40- chapter 9.
This is season 40 of how to create a glitch in the matrix monologues episode 9. In this episode, we will be talking about the organic relationship between the internal and external world.
In the last episode, we talked about how there are degrees of an internal space (introspective mind) depending upon the plate of expression. Specifically, we pointed out that the plate of the face, in that it represents the narratives we affirm for the other both externally and internally, has no such introspective space. That is to say, the joining of our consensuality with the consensualities of others is complete on this plate. Which is to say, in the class of universes represented by the plate of the face all internal thoughts find expression and ultimately affirmation. As we descend down from the plate of the face, the plate of voice, posture and hands, all possess some degree of negation, which preserves an internal space. Thus, in those classes of universes which correspond to each of these plates, there is a degree of introspection.
Since we know the above, we can say that decontextualization, either through internally eliminating the contextual from an experience, or by continuity breaking externally, produces multiplicity corresponding to a specific plate. Thus, there are four degrees of decontextualization. Production of spatial discontinuities in behaviour produce 1st degree decontextualization because they eliminate the context externally through the plate of spatial location. Internal decontextualization through the plate of the hands produces 2nd degree decontextualization. Internal decontextualization through the plate of the voice produces 3rd degree decontextualization. And internal decontextualization through the plate of posture produces 4th degree decontextualization.
Now, each of these four degrees of decontextualization produces multiplicity corresponding to the specific plate. That is to say, if you decontextualize with your hands, then multiplicity will manifest through reactive dialectical thoughts on the plate of the hands. Or, if you decontextualize through spatial discontinuity, it will manifest as multiplicity of location. This categorization of different forms of pattern breaking into distinct plates makes sense since to the degree that you descend from the plate of the face, you have greater and greater internality of introspection. On the plate of the face, there is no difference between internal decontextualization and external pattern breaking, since all affirmatory impulses are expressed in that class of universes.
As an example, this podcast involves elimination of the personal from the experience largely through the plate of the hands, in that the author uses text to speech software to generate each episode. Thus, it follows that when encountering others, that decontextualization will manifest as multiplicity of the hands.
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