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Deleuze and the Fold: A Critical Reader pdf

Deleuze and the Fold: A Critical Reader. Sjoerd van Tuinen, Niamh McDonnell

Deleuze and the Fold: A Critical Reader


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Deleuze and the Fold: A Critical Reader Sjoerd van Tuinen, Niamh McDonnell
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Each session of the three-hour seminar will consist of an in-depth reading of a text by Gilles Deleuze (with or without Felix Guattari), sometimes alongside secondary texts by other theorists or philosophers. This year the theme will be Deleuze's Reading material: Texts from The Fold, ATP and the Cinema Books. Hansen, throughout New Philosophy for New Media, extends Henri Bergson's notion of the zone of indetermination along with concepts of bodily perception and sensation set out by Gilles Deleuze. That their work, while critical of the limits of BAM theories, still asks readers to discern the blackness of a text, “such that black music and black speech become, once again, the defining rubrics for understanding black literature—not unlike the very BAM theories that Baker and Gates criticize.”. A consistent, post-Darwinian critical theory needs to begin with the thought that if positivism gives us bad social science, it also gives us bad natural science — and in both cases, for the same reason: because positivism is implicitly committed to the dogmatic After reading Deleuze's The Fold and piking up the contagion of Steve Shaviro's enthusiasm for Whitehead evident in his blog posts I decided a while ago that I was going to have to read Whitehead's work. The "literary absolute," as they term it, forges a "mode of commentary that would establish itself as critical to the extent that it does not submit to the rule of poetry" (p. 13 March, 2012: TBA This lecture is part of the Intensive Programme of the Utrecht School of Critical Theory on “Risk Societies and Cosmopolitanism”. Transversal Subjects, now in paperback, proposes a combined theory of consciousness, subjectivity and agency stemming from analyses of junctures in Western philosophical and critical discourses that have greatly influenced the development of 'This collaborative book is a unique attempt at a synthesis of poststructuralist theories (Derrida, Foucault, Deleuze and Guattari) with more traditional interpretations of subjectivity in phenomenology and reader-response theories. These philosophers and ideas fashion Hansen's distinct analysis of certain digital artworks. Plug then engages in an interesting re-reading of Kant's third critique, in particular Kant's turn toward the symbol and thus toward poetry. Following Maimon's critique, which we mentioned above, Difference and Repetition produces a two-fold shift from the Kantian project of providing the universal and necessary conditions for possible experience. From there, Plug states that Arkady Plotnitsky employs above all Gilles Deleuze to unfold the topology of the fold and the manifold in Hegel. But I must say The Fold is a pretty wonderful book and as I'm thinking a lot about fractals for my new book at the moment, essential reading. In 1987, the University of Minnesota Press unveiled one of its most critical contributions to intellectual inquiry when it published the English-language translation of Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari's Mille Plateaux: Capitalisme et Schizophrenie. This week I am reading Deleuze's The Fold: Leibniz and the Baroque to work through some doubts as I attempt to write about/around, toward/from my Adventist religious past. Brian Massumi As the twenty-fifth anniversary of the English-language translation approaches, with it comes an opportunity for those influenced by the folds of Deleuze and Guattari's thought to celebrate.

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