Double, double, toil and trouble.Source: LyricFind
Fire burn and cauldron bubble.
Double, double, toil and trouble.
Something wicked this way comes!
Songwriters: Robin Crow / Linsey Williams
Double Trouble lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc
Some Redditor guy questions modern social thinking way more accurate than every member of IPA on congress explaining the click-bait themes on the Feminine, Intimacy passionately trapped in the web of Psycho-therapeutic tools.
It sounds most romantic for certified specialists while facing the severe challenges on Oedipal complex now migrated far to the Asia-Pacific region as a perception of events moves backwards the progressive attitudes in Lacanian Studies.
As for the Reddit community, it is not a big deal if the answer comes straight to the point below the post.
In short I am wondering what the significance of this point is. For those who are not aware, it is this joke: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wmJVsaxoQSw To begin this inquiry then, I wan to point out this talk with Stephen Grosz, (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XniIQaL1b8k) where Zizek says that the point the “joke” is precisely what brain sciences like Cognitive Science, don’t get (I would maybe even extend this to computer sciences and AI). He argues that even when coffee without milk is materially the same as coffee without cream, it is nonetheless ideally different. He argues that the negation (what you don’t get) is not the same and hence you don’t get the same coffee.
What I hope someone can explain to me is why it matters that they are ideally different when the customer still gets the same coffee they wanted. One move I can think of that Zizek may agree on is that the customer precisely wanted the coffee without cream rather than just simply black coffee. That is, the negation of “no cream” is part of the desire. So in fact, the customer does not get what they want because what they got was short of what they wanted. Does this then mean that brain sciences are not able to arrive at what humans really desire. I think this maybe the reason why they stress psychoanalysis’ importance today.
In recurrent Zizek’s coffee-cream joke well-educated audience gives the giggling response ahead of his last words precisely dropping the bass of applause like the cherry topping to a vanilla flavored world-wide consumed beverage in excellent espresso machine while he is still speaking at some intellectual conference turning his critical attempts to explain the ‘ideology’ into le bavardage. And so on and so on, the sense stays behind the curtains. Sure, it is easier to chuckle over this lack of understanding Hegelian’s double negation and take a quick stop in a coffeehouse where two-tailed marine creature labelled on customers’ honest cups of good aroma coffee nicely served to indulge taste buds in the homely atmosphere. The cute signature penned in haste by friendly barista would make the purchase uniquely delightful, or it may insult unintentionally leaving an indelible impression if one’s name misspelled as ‘vagina’ including any cost-effective excuse for special client treatment with a slightly deprecating innocent smile.