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PRETZEL LOGIC No. 16 – Morton Feldman/Samuel Beckett, Neither (Hat Hut)

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Morton Feldman Samuel Beckett, Neither (Hat Hut)

By Logan K. Young

Nothing is more real than nothing.” — Democritus
Where you are worth nothing, there you should want nothing.” — Geulincx

Morton Feldman/Samuel Beckett, Neither (Hat Hut)

Any Western lit major will tell you, dude:
pretzel logic begets only mustard’s existential dread.
Apropos, I sought out Beckett’s
Watt…by way of Kierkegaard.
Rudimentary, my sweet, dear Rikki.

Either/Or:

A circle and its centre in search of a centre and a circle, respectively;
a circle and its centre in search of its centre and a circle, respectively;
a circle and its centre in search of a centre and its circle, respectively;
a circle and a centre not its centre in search of its centre and its circle, respectively;
a circle and a centre not its centre in search of a centre and a circle, respectively;
a circle and a centre not its centre in search of its centre and a circle, respectively;
a circle and a centre not its centre in search of a centre and its circle…respectively.

NEITHER‽

Nothing I write is ever good enough. — Natasha Bedingfield, “These Words
from Unwritten (Phonogenic, ‘04) **

 

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