Factbites
 Where results make sense
About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   PR   |   Contact us  

Topic: Deleuze


Related Topics
Jiu

  
  Gilles Deleuze's Difference and Repetition
Deleuze explains that difference and repetition have a reality which is independent of the concepts of sameness, identity, resemblance, similarity, or equivalence.
Deleuze uses the term "signification" to refer to the relation between concepts and their objects in a given field of representation, while he uses the term "sense" to refer to the expressive content of a conceptual object which is not necessarily located in a representational field.
Deleuze argues that a natural blockage may be due to a discrete extension or finite comprehension of a concept, while an artificial blockage may be due to a logical limitation in the comprehension of a concept.
www.angelfire.com /md2/timewarp/deleuze.html   (1133 words)

  
 Gilles Deleuze [Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy]
Deleuze thus provides a reading of Leibniz that strikes the reader as eccentric and certainly at odds with the traditional approach, and yet which holds to both the text (in all his historical studies, Deleuze cites quite exhaustively), and to the new direction that he is working in.
Deleuze argues that the many antagonistic metaphors in Nietzsche's writing should be interpreted in light of his pluralist ontology, and not as indications of some sort of psychological agressivity.
Deleuze's philosophical naturalism is thus critical, Spinozist and Nietzschean: it sets as the aim of philosophy the attack of all that belittles life: the sad passions of Spinoza, the passive and reactive forces of Nietzsche, and mythology, in Lucretian terms.
www.iep.utm.edu /d/deleuze.htm   (13883 words)

  
 Deleuze & Guattari on the Web   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Deleuze & Multimedia - an analysis of Deleuzian theory and its application in multimedia environments by Kiyoshi Watanabe.
"Gilles Deleuze 1925-1995" - an obituary by Melissa McMahon and Stephen O'Connell.
The Deleuze & Guattari Conversation, Concerning Rhetoric and Composition - a HyperNews project moderated by Victor J. Vitanza.
www.uta.edu /english/apt/d&g/d&gweb.html   (888 words)

  
 Charles J. Stivale -- G-M Summary of L'Abecedaire de Gilles Deleuze
Deleuze continues, saying that his literary reading can be explained as a function of what they discussed earlier, the history of the concept is never alone: at the same time that it pursues its task, it makes us see things, that is, there is an interconnection onto percepts.
Deleuze says he understands what she means, and can answer quickly: it's not that he does not like to read them, it's that literature is a truly specialized activity in which one has to have training , something difficult in contemporary production.
Deleuze says she's right, but that this is linked to the idea that literature is not very strong at the moment, an idea that is a preconceived one in his mind, that literature is so corrupted by the system of distribution, of literary prizes, that it's not even worth the trouble.
www.langlab.wayne.edu /CStivale/D-G/ABC2.html   (15522 words)

  
 Gilles Deleuze - Philosopher - Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Gilles Deleuze was born in 1925 in the 17th arrondisment of Paris, where he continued to live his entire life except for short periods of his youth.
Deleuze taught from 1964-69 at the University of Lyon, then took a position as professor of philosophy at Vincennes at the behest of Foucault.
Deleuze wrote many books dedicated to the work of other practitioners, and his work is full of unexpected references, often citing obscure authors.
www.egs.edu /resources/deleuze.html   (1329 words)

  
 20th WCP: Immanence and Deterritorialization: The Philosophy of Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari
In contrast to this, DELEUZE aims at a 'non-dialectic philosophy of becoming', in which the different is - de facto - not unified, but in which conciousness is - de jure - also not subordinated.
DELEUZE encounters SPINOZA through a semiological approach to his -Spinozas - theory of expression: The 'age of representation' (FOUCAULT) is defined by a representational relation between 'knowledge' and the 'world'.
In accordance with the Stoics and NIETZSCHE, DELEUZE pleads for a philosophy of the 'surface', which is neither transcended nor subtranscended by a signifier, a subject, or a god towards the level of meaning, nor toward a sublevel of the 'empirical' world.
www.bu.edu /wcp/Papers/Cont/ContGunz.htm   (3051 words)

  
 Charles J. Stivale -- A-F Summary of L'Abecedaire de Gilles Deleuze
Deleuze refers to the animal, the image of the father, and then to the Little Hans example he and Guattari used, but also to a second example, how the animal (horse, in Little Hans) can never be the image of the father, since animals proceed usually in a pack.
Deleuze says that he doesn't recall exactly why, but Halwachs had helped him feel something important in literature; yet from his very first classes in philosophy, he knew this was something important, that he would do this for the rest of his life.
Deleuze refers to someone recounting seeing a horse die in the street before the age of the automobile, and he translates this into the task of becoming a writer: Deleuze cites Dostoyevski, the dancer Nijinksi, Nietzsche, all of whom witnessed a horse dying in the street.
www.langlab.wayne.edu /CStivale/D-G/ABC1.html   (7484 words)

  
 Gilles Deleuze
Mus(e)ings on Deleuze and Guattari by Alan Taylor
Deleuze and Guattari's Anti-Oedipus : Introduction to Schizoanalysis
Deleuze and Guattari : An Introduction to the Politics of Desire (Theory, Culture and Society)
mythosandlogos.com /Deleuze.html   (753 words)

  
 Spurious: Deleuze
Encounter: Deleuze's child, a child, is the one who comes forward to take your place (the one who reveals there was never a place to take...) A child belongs to the streaming from which the self coalesces and into which it disappears.
A great shift occurs with capitalism as Deleuze and Guattari show in their analysis of the transition from savagery through despotism to capitalism: no longer are flows of matter and energy organised qualitatively and symbolically as in savagery and despotism.
Deleuze says that he knew he had something for quite a while, but like a lot of people, he had no real desire to find out, and also he just assumed it was cancer, and wasn't in a big hurry.
spurious.typepad.com /spurious/deleuze   (5746 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Deleuze: The Clamor of Being: Books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Thus, merely taking Badiou's interpretation of Deleuze, and the fact that so many thinkers have overlooked what he presents as information that should be clear to any reader, this gives me the uneasy feeling that he, and not these other thinkers, has missed something fundamental in Deleuze's thought.
Finally, even if Deleuze's ontology indicates "heirarchical thought," this doesn't mean that Deleuze's task, therefore, is to "submit thought to a renewed concept of the One." In fact, it seems to me as if there is a crucial distinction in his work with Guattari between "methodological" claims and ontological claims.
Deleuze would be flattered and irritated to see his work read as he has read other thinkers.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0816631409?v=glance   (2060 words)

  
 Essays Critical and Clinical   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
For Deleuze, every literary work implies a way of living, a form of life, and must be evaluated not only critically but also clinically.
In Essays Critical and Clinical, Deleuze is concerned with the delirium—the process of Life—that lies behind this invention, as well as the loss that occurs, the silence that follows, when this delirium becomes a clinical state.
Gilles Deleuze (1925-1995) was professor of philosophy at the University of Paris, Vincennes-St. Denis.
www.upress.umn.edu /Books/D/deleuze_essays.html   (289 words)

  
 Gilles Deleuze - The MIT Press
Gilles Deleuze (1925-1995) was Professor of Philosophy at the University of Paris VIII, Vincennes/Saint Denis.
In this analysis of one major philosopher by another, Gilles Deleuze identifies three pivotal concepts - duration, memory, and élan vital - that are found throughout Bergson's writings and shows the relevance of Bergson's work to contemporary philosophical debates.
In this extraordinary work Gilles Deleuze reflects on one of the figures of the past who has most influenced his own sweeping reconfiguration of the tasks of philosophy.
mitpress.mit.edu /catalog/author?sid=906E41E2-663B-454D-AA68-BCD2BA5A31A5&aid=1316   (364 words)

  
 Francis Bacon
Gilles Deleuze had several paintings by Francis Bacon hanging in his Paris apartment, and the painter’s method and style as well as his motifs of seriality, difference, and repetition influenced Deleuze’s work.
In considering Bacon, Deleuze offers implicit and explicit insights into the origins and development of his own philosophical and aesthetic ideas, ideas that represent a turning point in his intellectual trajectory.
Gilles Deleuze (1925–1995) was professor of philosophy at the University of Paris, Vincennes–St. Denis.
www.upress.umn.edu /Books/D/deleuze_francis.html   (392 words)

  
 Academic Directory on Deleuze, Gilles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
From the Nettime Archive, this page reproduces an interview with Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari entitled "Capitalism: A Very Special Delirium." The interview was originally published in 1995 in Chaosophy, edited by Sylvere Lotringer.
From John Lechte's Fifty Key Contemporary Figures, this is a comprehensive introduction to Deleuze's thought.
This is a dictionary of terms used by, or derived from, the work of Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari.
www.alllearn.org /er/tree.jsp?c=40170   (279 words)

Try your search on: Qwika (all wikis)

Factbites
  About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   Press   |   Contact us  
Copyright © 2005-2007 www.factbites.com Usage implies agreement with terms.