On the Management of Absolute Empowerment: Nuclear Violence, the Institutions of Holiness, and the Structures of Poetry

Grossman, Allen
April 1990
AGNI;1990, Issue 29/30, p268
An essay on management of absolute empowerment is presented. It discusses the issue of nuclear science which leads to violence and the need of culture of nuclearism to produce the infinite deferment of virtuality. It also tackles the establishments of holiness and the structure of art which offer models of deferment of absolute empowerment, function by reason of the cybernetic operation of a check.


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