Deleuze

Difference and Repetition: Introduction, Repetition and Difference

Deleuze’s Difference and Repetition is notoriously difficult. It is arguably the most difficult of Deleuze’s writings (though I’d put my money on The Fold). In this post I’ve attempted to provide an outline of the introduction of the text, titled “Repetition and Difference.” …

Difference and Repetition: Introduction, Repetition and Difference

From Rhythm to Glitch: Digital Deformation in Deleuze

Corry Shores and Meli̇ke Başak Yalçın 0 Introduction Shortly before his death, Gilles Deleuze discovered a new kind of music: glitch, in particular, Oval’s Systemisch. [Achim] Szepanski contacted Deleuze himself, sending material by Oval and other Mille Plateaux artists, and …

From Rhythm to Glitch: Digital Deformation in Deleuze

The Problem of The „Problem“ – On Deleuze (and Althusser)

If one does not read Deleuze exclusively in the context of a position critical of reason, which is commonly paraphrased as transcendental empiricism (cf. Rölli 2003), nor as a proponent of an ontological realism (cf. De Landa 2006), then Deleuze …

The Problem of The „Problem“ – On Deleuze (and Althusser)

What is the difference between process philosophy and the philosophy of movement?

Process Ontology and Becoming The historical precursors of the philosophy of motion have also had a major influence on a number of contemporary process ontologies, or ontologies of becoming. Process ontology, like the ontology of movement, emphasizes flux and becoming …

What is the difference between process philosophy and the philosophy of movement?

“What Is To Be Done With Philosophy?” from Tétralogos (2018)

What Is To Be Done With Philosophy?François LaruelleIn Tétralogos: un opéra de philosophies (Paris: Cerf, 2018), p.46-54. How does philosophy intend to save itself if it is no longer to conserve itself under the form of traditions that are sometimes denounced as …

“What Is To Be Done With Philosophy?” from Tétralogos (2018)

Notes on the 4th Manifesto of Contemporary Art, the “Stage Manifesto” and my philosophy writing from college

The 4th manifesto (see PDF on webpage for “Life is Good” show at Galleria Federico Vavassori http://federicovavassori.com/content/2-exhibitions/10-life-is-good/eric-schmid-4th-manifesto-the-zeroth-and-final-manifesto.pdf) is a roadmap to the Occult. It walks through different thoughts and perspectives because of a pluralism. We all have the same God. …

Notes on the 4th Manifesto of Contemporary Art, the “Stage Manifesto” and my philosophy writing from college

‘Theory and Practice are but the attributes of an Anti-social Substance’: notes on Deleuze’s periodization of the theory-practice relation

NOTE: What follows are a set of incomplete notes drafted in the lead up to the Quiver Reading Group organized around the theme of ‘new weapons for thought’, and whose first meeting will read Deleuze and Foucault’s ‘Intellectuals & Power’ …

‘Theory and Practice are but the attributes of an Anti-social Substance’: notes on Deleuze’s periodization of the theory-practice relation

Deleuze: The Machinic Enslavement and the Dividual in Control Societies

Social subjection, however, is only one form, strategy and method of constituting the modern subject. Let us therefore turn to the second important form of subjectivation, the individual. Deleuze/Guattari call this process, which is different from social subjection, and which …

Deleuze: The Machinic Enslavement and the Dividual in Control Societies

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