Deleuze

Diabolical Diagramming: Deleuze, Dupuy, and Catastrophe

However, it seems uncertain—if not highly doubtful—that all those with an in-fluence on the future, especially those with fossil fuel interests, will firstly comprehend projected time, then feel inclined to adopt it, and on top of that, coordinate with everyone …

Diabolical Diagramming: Deleuze, Dupuy, and Catastrophe

On Non, Minimalism, and Music

Part I: Non-Music, (N)Ontology, and Distinguishing Bubbles. It is important to remember from the offset that ‘non’ is not identical to ‘anti’ or ‘counter’, for example, ‘non-philosophy’ is not an ‘anti-philosophy’ in the sense of Badiou, although his work on …

On Non, Minimalism, and Music

Genealogy of Deconstruction and the Differantial Break

Genealogy of Deconstruction and the Differantial BreakFrançois LaruelleFrom Machines textuelles: déconstruction et libido d’écriture (Paris: Éditions du Seuil, 1976), 39-45.Translated by Jeremy R. SmithPDF 1) Differantial thought in general (Derrida and Deleuze) is first defined by its effects, for example those that …

Genealogy of Deconstruction and the Differantial Break

The New Image of Thought As Fusion of the Quantum and Philosophy

The New Image of Thought As Fusion of the Quantum and PhilosophyFrançois LaruelleFrom Tétralogos: un opéra de philosophies (Paris: Cérf, 2018), p.152-156; p.157-161.PDF 1. As An Undulatory AspectThe first phase of our construction is the constitution of the matrix or quantization under …

The New Image of Thought As Fusion of the Quantum and Philosophy

Philosophien der Erschöpfung. Entfremdung und Vitalismus nach Deleuze

1.    Eine Annäherung Die Erschöpfung, so muss man wahrscheinlich beginnen, ist kein ausgezeichneter philosophischer Affekt, enthält die Philosophie doch ein minimales vitalistisches Versprechen. Sie, die Erschöpfung, taugt dem Denken jedoch auch nicht zum Antagonisten – wie die Wut oder die …

Philosophien der Erschöpfung. Entfremdung und Vitalismus nach Deleuze

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