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logorrhea

[‚lō·gə′rē·ə]
(medicine)
Excessive, usually rapid, incoherent, and uncontrollable talkativeness.
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487/2002, its members notice a psychomotor agitation state, logorrhoea with schizophasia, euphoria, delusional megalomaniac ideas, verbal aggressiveness, intolerance to frustration, unawareness of disorder existence, the definite refusal to be administered any medication because she considered herself a person with no mental disorders.
Asking himself where this politics takes place, Badiou answers, with rare Gramscian overtones: 'Exactly as with the proletariat: in the people, working class included, and I would even say, since we're dealing with the new bureaucratic State bourgeoisie, working class especially included.' The reason for thus foregrounding the 'subjective force of the adversary' is to counter the feeble-minded and objectivist 'anti-repressive logorrhoea', for which the only enemy would be a Moloch-like State.
A couple of these essays are fatally infected by the particular strain of logorrhoea that afflicts so much current architectural theory.