|A page from a Dutch manual on Lens-making|
What Carson calls the “fundamental erotic dilemma i.e., to “sustain the present indicative of pleasure” without killing it or deforming it,
Carson writes, “We love such suspended time for the sake of its difference from ordinary time and real life,” or real thinking. “In any act of thinking,” she continues,
Socrates was, according to Carson, a “lover of these divisions and collections
P.P.S. Carson seems to have written a poem or play called "The Life of Spinoza". If anyone knows where it is to be found, it might or might not help us to connect, irresponsible as connections of this sort may be.