[A Question of After Death]: To fear losing our extensive parts or To not lose anything at all?

[A Question of After Death]: To fear losing our extensive parts or To not lose anything at all?

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The debate started by Keith W. Faulkner at the Deleuze group in Facebook [here and here] and that I have talked about in my previous post [here], is a very inspiring debate, no doubts. (more…)

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[Intensive Transformation]: Within Spinoza’s System: Death Always Comes from Without

[Intensive Transformation]: Within Spinoza’s System: Death Always Comes from Without

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Keith W. Faulkner has started an interesting debate at the Deleuze group in Facebook [here and here], which main issue is specifically regarded to the problem of transformation in Spinoza and Deleuze. (more…)

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The post-Deleuze condition

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Gilles Deleuze (1925-1995), philosophe français, chez lui. Paris, juillet 1988. Photographies de Bruno de Monès.

Gilles Deleuze (1925-1995), philosophe français,
chez lui. Paris, juillet 1988. Photographies de Bruno de Monès.

The use of the prefix ‘post’ in philosophy is far more fortunate than the use of the prefix ‘non’ –in the case of Laruelle– and the prefix ‘anti’ –in the case of Badiou– . (more…)

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Emmanuelle Guattari’s Memoir (Book Acquired, 9.15.2014)

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Emmanuelle Guattari’s Memoir (Book Acquired, 9.15.2014)

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I read about half of this yesterday. I, Little Asylum by Emmanuelle Guattari. Publisher Semiotext(e)/MIT’s blurb:

A moment later, Lacan is chattering with me, and giving me some crayons to draw with.
—from I, Little Asylum

Founded in 1951 and renowned in the world of psychiatry, the experimental psychiatric clinic of La Borde sought to break with the traditional internment of the mentally ill…

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