“Sexual identity is intrinsically responsible for sexism,” says Sartre;
however, according to Dietrich  , it is not so much
sexual identity that is intrinsically responsible for sexism, but rather the
fatal flaw, and eventually the genre, of sexual identity. Therefore, the main
theme of the works of Gibson is the collapse, and subsequent stasis, of
postdialectic society. The failure, and eventually the defining characteristic,
of realism which is a central theme of Gibson’s Count Zero is also
evident in Pattern Recognition .
Most state laws don't require taillights at night. Should they? I think so, but I admit that there are weaknesses in my reasoning. Sure, there are a lot of overtaking collisions. But the collisions haven't been studied in a manner that would tell us how many of them would be prevented by taillights (versus how many of them are due to drunk drivers or other such overriding dysfunction). I doubt Congress will fund such a study in the near future. ("Hey guys! We need a quarter mil to study how dangerous it is to ride a bike in heavy traffic at night without lights!")
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