Arc, Issue 1.1 - The Future Always Wins


*EDITORIAL: Welcome to the longer term by way of Simon Ings and Sumit Paul-Choudhury

*FORWARD: the item of posterity’s scorn by way of Bruce Sterling

*SHORT tale: A trip to Amasia by means of Stephen Baxter

*UNRELIABLE NARRATOR: Alien Evasion by way of China Miéville

*SHORT tale: Bearlift by way of Margaret Atwood

*PRESENT stressful: Breaking the autumn by means of Paul Graham Raven

*SHORT tale: In Autotelia via M. John Harrison

*UNEVENLY disbursed: Sir John Schorne’s satan through Simon Ings

*PRIOR artwork: What hpapnes fi it atclluy wroks? by means of Sumit Paul-Choudhury

*SHORT tale: Topsight by way of Hannu Rajaniemi

*THE day after today undertaking: Making the long run via Justin Mullins

*TEXTS: 3 striking Theories approximately technology Fiction through Adam Roberts

*GAMES: 3 ways To Play the longer term by way of Leigh Alexander

*SPACES: 3 Sorties On Dreamland by way of Simon Pummell

*SHORT tale: The Water Thief via Alastair Reynolds


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SOLIPSISM 21 "ordinary" solipsistic experience. Likewise, though there would be a "spatiotemporal form" to the own-world, it would be "the form included in my ownness" (CM 98) and not that of a single objective space and time. The Here and the There (and the Now and the Then) established around the axis of my body does not integrate itself into a uniform space-time system but responds to the vagaries of the perceptual order-an order that is neither chaotic nor "logical" (mathematical), but equivocal.

10 Wiggins, Schwartz, and Spitzer, "Phenomenological/Descriptive Psychiatry," op. eit. 11 Jaspers, General Psychopathology, op. , 56. PHENOMENOLOGY IN PSYCHIAlRY 39 therapist worked so hard to understand, no one else had taken the trouble to see the patient's world. No one else had ever shared his world to this extent. No one else had ever participated this intimately in the reality which is the patient's life. And it is from within this morbid world of the patient that therapy must begin. A therapy which takes its bearings only from within the normal world cannot succeed.

Though it will not have the meaning of a nature that has entered into the logos of a tradition, it will not be wholly void of meaning. Here one could speak, 9 Tbe "absurd" is such an analogue for Natanson, and since I return to this notion below, letthe following passage stand for countless similar ones throughout Natanson's writings on the pathologies of mundanity: ''Tbe absurd ... approaches some forms of schizophrenie consciousness. Everything has its secret connection. Tbe world is domina ted by mysterious Iinkages, endless chains of implication, a subtle apparatus of forces and hidden controls.

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