A discussion of the migratory narratives represented by this podcast as a form of 2nd degree decontextualization.Support the show
How to create a glitch- monologues- season 41- chapter 2.
This is season 41 of how to create a glitch in the matrix monologues episode 2. In this episode, we will be talking about how a 2nd degree migratory narrative manifests.
To start out, we explained how removing the personal from an experience, through exegesis, represents a kind of decontextualization. We also explained how when the hands are used to decontextualize through written or typewritten word, this represents 2nd degree decontextualization. Now, I will explain the significance. When written text is used to decontextualize, the removal of the personal, it translates that into a narrative stream, which through its intersubjective content enters the minds of others. Because it lacks personal or dialectical associations, which are buried in its content, and because its language and vocabulary is somewhat tautological, it becomes difficult for others to generate a reactive response. It travels deep upwards and downwards through the plates, representing a migratory narrative.
As it moves through the plates, others eventually generate reactive emotionality to it, according to the extent and manner of its expression. This reactive emotionality becomes a dialectical narrative stream, returning to the source and ground of it. Thus, a 2nd degree decontextual narrative generates a migratory narrative which returns to the plate of the hands. Let me give you an example. Suppose you write a podcast which decontextualizes and publish it. Over the course of the next few days that narrative penetrates the minds of those around you, generating reactive emotionality.
That dialectical narrative is then expressed through the hand language of those you encounter, according to the particular reactive content.
It begins in the plate of the hands, and through decontextualization migrates upward and downward, generating reactive emotionality on distinct plates, but it ultimately returns to the plate of the hands where the narrative stream terminates in expression to the source.
From this we learn a few things. One, narrative generation is about decontextualization or rather depersonalization. By generalizing a behaviour or characteristic, you are generating something with intersubjective content. It also tells us that the narrative of this podcast, as a form of 2nd degree decontextualization, generates reactive emotionality in those around the authors, corresponding to the plate of the hands. The ground of a narrative generates dialectical narratives which return to the source. Thus, just as in normal reactive emotionality, in the state of integration, which undermines penetration of one person's thoughts by another, the reactive emotionality of orthogonal thought, that is, narratives generated by 2nd degree decontextualization, represent the result of that penetration.
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