let's try this again
erik andrew cornellier
Thu Sep 14 11:10:15 CDT 2000
I have not idea what territorial viscousity is, but I can hazard a guess.
Viscous means thick but not solid, a consistency like egg
whites. Territory is land that is under sovereign authority. A border is
what delimits territory. I am guessing that "territorial viscousity" says
borders, states, name your catch phrase.. are social constructions
etc. insert power bad stuff.
On Thu, 14 Sep 2000, Donny Peters wrote:
> Since there have been a number of requests for an explanation of
> "territogical visocity", would someone please post an overview of the
> argument to the list.
> >From: Terrance Lamonte Bond <tlb2b at FRANK.MTSU.EDU>
> >Reply-To: Terrance Lamonte Bond <tlb2b at FRANK.MTSU.EDU>
> >To: EDEBATE at LIST.UVM.EDU
> >Subject: let's try this again
> >Date: Thu, 14 Sep 2000 10:19:33 -0500
> >Is there anyone who hasn't been drafted into this latest installment of
> >ideological warfare who could backchannel me an explanation of the
> >"territorial viscosity" argument? It would really make my day if i knew
> >what the argument was.
> >"Nature tends to a wild profusion that our thinking cannot wholly define."
> >--Nancy Cartwright
> >"I'm not going for the disad, extend their turns"
> >--one of my FINER moments in debate
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