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Re: Music is not political (Was Re: music is political)

i'm happy to say that i'm:
and probablee an a-hole
not necesssarilee in that a order.

on 4/5/06 12:33 PM, a k butler at akbutler@tiscali.co.uk wrote:

> 3nki explains
>>>>> i think people who don't "believe" in politics are playing into the
>>>>> hands of those systems who would control us.
> and continues
>> politics is the interrelations among people.
> so by that definition I'm political :-)
> and like you say, everyone is involved in politics
> So really we just have 2 different definitions of politics to use
> a) to do with the government of a country
> b) human interrelation ( although I'm not sure that shouldn't be
> 'human interrelation in terms of the balance of power between 
> You seem to be saying that by denying that politics should be defined
> as human interrelation is somehow going to allow the politicians that
> run the country more chance to have their evil way.
>> someone asked for a definition of politics
> I asked Stefan for his.
> He seems not to want anything to do with government politician types.
>> so i provided several
> I don't think there's anyone here doesn't know what the word
> "political" is used for.
> ...but you're using it in more than one sense all at the same time in
> order to make your point.
> So...
> how does the way your playing interacts with your loops reflect your 
> andy