Acephalous Dissertation

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I’m not sure why we do, since the phrase itself is difficult to imagine: how do you fuck up something flat? The image we have at this point in the sentence is one of drunk declaration; of the man who makes it, we sense that he’s ruined his life through long effort, through the labor evoked by the mention and soundscape of hammering. In short, our impression of Ellsworth changes from proud prospector to tedious slattern in the space of a sentence.

I’m not sure why we do, since the phrase itself is difficult to imagine: how do you fuck up something flat? The image we have at this point in the sentence is one of drunk declaration; of the man who makes it, we sense that he’s ruined his life through long effort, through the labor evoked by the mention and soundscape of hammering. In short, our impression of Ellsworth changes from proud prospector to tedious slattern in the space of a sentence.

So, how about the one in which the stresses fall drunkenly on the first and third beats?He may have “fucked up [his] life,” but he did so methodically and with force, rendering it “flatter than hammered” ...and at this point we expect something worthy of the assonant pounding it just took.“[3] But while the blogosphere was the hot new thing that was redefining what the internet was about (remember, this was before the advent of today’s dominant social media platforms), the emerging .Not surprisingly, a lot of young academic bloggers elected to stay pseudonymous.[4] As a grad student writing under his own name, SEK argued vigorously for the legitimacy of academic blogging. He was invited to take part in a number of the early conference panels on academic blogging.“ what” embraces the responsibility for the beating “I” declare, for all to hear, that “I’m” gonna put on “you.” This works much, much better.Such statements should, by law or enforced custom, incite terrible violence ... Instead, we’re treated to a somber but forceful self-introspection.As with all such declarations, this one suggests the current superiority of the speaker to his audience. But the speaker, in high Protestant-style, aims to clear his name. Given the implicit insult of “human,” then, we expect something exalted, like “authorty,” to follow.Do stand before the crowd, listing their iniquities for strangers to judge? Instead, we’re treated to “cocksucker.” The dissonance is jarring.I didn’t join the USIH blog until 2009 (I think I have that date correct)…at any rate, I wasn’t around for its beginnings.But I have a hard time imagining that it would have come into existence if it weren’t for academic blogging pioneers like Scott Eric Kaufman.

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