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by Una Dabiero OK, so let's just be honest here: Most of us in the 99 percent don't have the money to constantly pound Patron, nice wines, and craft beers every time we go out.
When we talk about addiction we talk about it in terms of the addict, because, after all, they're…
"Transgressing the Boundaries: Towards a Transformative Hermeneutics of Quantum Gravity" proposed that quantum gravity has progressive political implications, and that the "morphogenetic field" could be a cutting-edge theory of quantum gravity (a morphogenetic field is a concept adapted by Rupert Sheldrake in a way that Sokal characterized in the affair's aftermath as "a bizarre New Age idea"). Like, "Why did you not call me back after I blew you while your roommate was away? Why are you even alive you ABSOLUTE WASTE OF OXYGEN I WISH MOM HAD ABORTED YOU! Finally, your panic subsides and you come to terms with what you've done. What's done is done so might as well sit back and focus on other stuff. Everything is fine and then those three little dots appear. You're about to throw up mom's spaghetti. You're coming down from your fear cyclone and your body and mind are crashing. You have nothing left to exert on this person and this conversation. Maybe what they said has ruined your life and now you need to go into Witness Protection. And anybody who's suffered a depressive episode or who has to cope with anxiety on a daily basis knows that even though laughter isn't always the best medicine (let's… Besides, maybe their phone broke or they got a new number so they won't even read it. Yes, that's definitely what happened so let's continue living life as if we hadn't sent it at all. You've just gone through more emotional turmoil than most experience in a lifetime. It makes you a person with a tricky medical problem.The submission was an experiment to test the journal's intellectual rigor and, specifically, to investigate whether "a leading North American journal of cultural studies – whose editorial collective includes such luminaries as Fredric Jameson and Andrew Ross – [would] publish an article liberally salted with nonsense if (a) it sounded good and (b) it flattered the editors' ideological preconceptions".
was published in the Social Text spring/summer 1996 "Science Wars" issue.Sokal wrote that the concept of "an external world whose properties are independent of any individual human being" was "dogma imposed by the long post-Enlightenment hegemony over the Western intellectual outlook".