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[Xmca-l] nonlinear time



There are already many good references given here, but I would add Michel
Serres' account of narrative time in a classic essay, The Origin of
Language, in the collection Hermes -- Johns Hopkins Press, 1982.

Don't go by the title -- it's a wide ranging and brilliant essay linking
language and complex nonlinear systems, and one of the earliest uses of the
notion of "folded time" that I know, based on the mathematical analysis of
nonlinear dynamics, but presented in a humanist discourse.

JAY.

Jay Lemke
LCHC/Department of Communication
University of California - San Diego
www.jaylemke.com