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This chapter focuses on the time structure of preemption. In order to flush out the not-yet-fully-emerged into taking a determinate form that can be countered, it is necessary not only to perceive potential, but to perceive it before the enemy perceives your perceiving it—or even perceives itself on the verge of an event. A perceptual arms race ensues. The ontopower mobilized by the apparatus of war is under intense pressure, exerted by its own operative logic, to telescope into an interval smaller than the smallest perceivable, and to leverage processual surplus-value from it. This is done primarily through “priming”—the modulation...

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