in your text about the logics of
bacterial skepticism you state some
farfetched considerations, which - in an utterly
farfetched way -
seem even more disconnected in regard to proper scientific strategies. i say this because, in all previous inconsequential talks
you held on subjects like recognitional movements, your findings appear (not only to me) like inconsequential presumptions with no substance.
but if your goal is the disconnected depiction of certain fields of research, carry on to state extravagant ideas and their extravagant connectivities.
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"just mean" is inspired by umberto ecos text on
"The Irrational Yesterday and Today" in
[Sugli specchi e altri saggi](Eco 1987)