The AIME week had focused on 4 themes from the set of 80 complaints assembled before: how to redescribe nature, politics, religion, economy.— AIME (@AIMEproject) 26 Juillet 2014
Each of the 4 themes for the AIME week had to answer how they would redescribe the Moderns if the intrusion of Gaia is to be taken seriously— AIME (@AIMEproject) 26 Juillet 2014
The nature set worked around the triangle nature, earth & Gaia presenting Gaia as the result of 'due attention' reserving earth for politics— AIME (@AIMEproject) 26 Juillet 2014
The politics group did a good job at deflating politics building on POL but on the face to face meetings and enlarging it to issue politics— AIME (@AIMEproject) 26 Juillet 2014
Most original work was done by the economics group who deflated The Economy offering a new description of how it's possible to de-economise.— AIME (@AIMEproject) 26 Juillet 2014
The religion group claimed deflation in nature, politics & economy had no chance if the cause of inflation in political theology was not set— AIME (@AIMEproject) 26 Juillet 2014
Hell broke loose when a 5th group tried to define diplomacy and ontological pluralism: dissent was such that several did not ratify the text— AIME (@AIMEproject) 26 Juillet 2014
The result of the week is a text that could be called Retractations & Reinstitutions that provide a fairly new way of presenting the Moderns— AIME (@AIMEproject) 26 Juillet 2014
If the Middle Ground opening Monday stands, the text written last week offers enough meat for the teeth of the chargés d'affaires to chew on— AIME (@AIMEproject) 26 Juillet 2014
Please find here the present version of the specbook. as it has been given to the ''charges d'affaires' so that they may prepare for the final evaluation conference. As it has been written by 25 persons over a week, it is not only a draft but the sketch of a draft. It is sent to you for your personal use in case you want to follow more thoroughly what is happening on Monday and Tuesday.
Find also attached the excerpt on 'Nature' kindly translated into English by Stephen Muecke.
The other participants are invited to share their own experience of this week (as Philip Conway allready did at the following link: