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  • Commented on Silence this week ...
    Re 1309: There are obviously differences between Christian saints and Muslim walis, but among the many properties they share, one is crucial: as soon as early modernity shows up, people start attacking their relics. (Transforming them into harmless local colour...
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    1003: "Great Pan is dead", huh? OK, it's a fun premise - but the, ahem, devil is in the details. Whatever the situation in early Christianity, Surat al-Jinn is pretty clear-cut on what's supposed to have happened in Islam. The...
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    Re 491: Fairly nice synchronicity, yes - credit where it's due. As for the ostensible content: who wrote the dreams of the GIA? Aren't young scholars supposed to learn Occam's Razor, rather than showing off with overkill? Still, if it...
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    If anyone else is as puzzled by Hadil Benu's thought-patterns as I was, they may find that this article suggests a few answers: http://divus.cc/london/en/article/nick-land-ein-experiment-im-inhumanismus Or, to rephrase this in her (?) inimitable style, and with her characteristic blurring of knowledge,...
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