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CHARACTERS ☆ Différence et Répétition Schil en herhaling stelt Deleuze tegenover het cartesiaanse cogito een denken dat altijd in beweging is en geen vaststaande rationele grenzen kent De echo van Nietzsche klinkt duidelijk door in deze magistrale studie Een groot werk en verplichte kost voor iedereen die zich bezighoudt met de filosofie van de late twintigste en de eenentwintigste ee. in place of a proper review a note on difficulty ronald bogue compares the structure of this book to that of a topological puzzle deleuze himself puts it better i think in this book s description of differential ontology a labyrinth without a thread Ariadne has hung herself 71 the way this text is structured is tortuous any attempt to read it for the first time without a guidebook will only result in tremendous pain and a bad misreading and even with exterior guidance it is brutalizing this is intentional and integral to deleuze s venture behind and beyond the enculturated subjective presuppositions of propositional reason in chapter 2 he gives the dark counsel thata nightmare is perhaps a psychic dynamism that could be sustained neither awake nor even in dreams but only in profound sleep in a dreamless sleep In this sense it is not even clear that thought in so far as it constitutes the dynamism peculiar to philosophical systems may be related to a substantial completed and well constituted subject such as the Cartesian Cogito thought is rather one of those terrible movements which can be sustained only under the conditions of a larval subject 151deleuze intends to give you nightmares The School (Trilogia fantasy): Volume 3 geen vaststaande rationele Nobili parole, nobili abusi grenzen kent De echo van Nietzsche klinkt duidelijk door in deze magistrale studie Een Manuel de mathématiques CM2 : Cahier d'exercices groot werk en verplichte kost voor iedereen die zich bezighoudt met de filosofie van de late twintigste en de eenentwintigste ee. in place of a proper review a note on difficulty ronald bogue compares the structure of this book to that of a topological puzzle deleuze himself puts it better i think in this book s description of differential ontology a labyrinth without a thread Ariadne has hung herself 71 the way this text is structured is tortuous any attempt to read it for the first time without a Rest: Why You Get More Done When You Work Less guidebook will only result in tremendous pain and a bad misreading and even with exterior Style Your Mind: A Workbook and Lifestyle Guide For Women Who Want to Design Their Thoughts, Empower Themselves, and Build a Beautiful Life guidance it is brutalizing this is intentional and integral to deleuze s venture behind and beyond the enculturated subjective presuppositions of propositional reason in chapter 2 he A Rose in Winter gives the dark counsel thata nightmare is perhaps a psychic dynamism that could be sustained neither awake nor even in dreams but only in profound sleep in a dreamless sleep In this sense it is not even clear that thought in so far as it constitutes the dynamism peculiar to philosophical systems may be related to a substantial completed and well constituted subject such as the Cartesian Cogito thought is rather one of those terrible movements which can be sustained only under the conditions of a larval subject 151deleuze intends to Hot Young Babysitter: A Sexy Babysitter Erotica Story (English Edition) give you nightmares

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CHARACTERS ☆ Différence et Répétition Gilles Deleuze 1925 1995 is een van de meest aansprekende hedendaagse filosofen Zijn oeuvre wordt wereldwijd gelezen en gebruikt door kunstenaars en wetenschappers architecten en cineasten bestuurskundigen en musici Met de uitgave van Verschil en herhaling is het sleutelwerk van Deleuze beschikbaar in helder en toegankelijk NederlandsVerschil en h. Despite his infamous boast of having ejaculated in Kant s rectum it seems to me that Deleuze made his home completely within the history of philosophy Perhaps his provocations only make sense against the background of a uasi scholastic reverence for the classicsNow that I ve finally read every page of Difference Repetition I m sorry to say that I still can t decide what to think of the man I took a few notes as I readWhen we say that the eternal return is not the return of the Same or of the Similar or the Eual we mean that it does not presuppose any identity On the contrary it is said of a world without identity without resemblance or euality It is said of a world the very ground of which is difference in which everything rests upon disparities upon differences of differences which reverberate to infinity the world of intensity pp 241 But then whose world Is this the world in which any of us live is there a way to move thereDeleuze is said to have acuired his life long love of philosophy from reading Being and Nothingness as a teenager While his mature thought would obviously develop in a very different direction away from phenomenology toward structuralism and beyond I wonder if his fundamental orientation remained Sartrean throughout I see the basic aim of Difference Repetition as ethical addressing the uestion How should one liveSartre notoriously represents the apotheosis of subjectivity in which freedom becomes absolute As a post structuralist Deleuze is supposed to have no truck with such cartesian naivetes Yet looking at a passage like the one above I can t make sense of it except as a claim for the absolute freedom of thought Moreover Deleuze s praise of immanence would seem to deny that there is any outside which orients and constrains thinking this looks like a conception of subjectivity as hyperbolic and untenable as Sartre sA nightmare is perhaps a psychic dynamism that could be sustained neither awake nor even in dreams but only in profound sleep in a dreamless sleep pp 118A nightmare too deep for dreams this is indeed an evocative image The unconscious becomes an absurd doctrine if we think of it as a series of representations that just happens to fall below the threshold of consciousness Absurd yet often difficult to avoid it seems that Freud himself often fell into this error If it is beneath or beyond representations then how is it possible to speak of it at allPaul Ricoeur addresses this problem in his great book Freud and Philosophy An Essay on Interpretation He admits to a certain modesty indirection restraint in what he as a philosopher is able to say That does not appear to be Deleuze s approach The imperative to think without representations seems to give total license to nonsense at times The passage uoted above continuesIn this sense it is not even clear that thought in so far as it constitutes the dynamism peculiar to philosophical systems may be related to a substantial completed and well constituted subject such as the Cartestian Cogito thought is rather one of those terrible movements which can be sustained only under the conditions of a larval subjectWould it be pedantic to look for a method in a sentence like that Deleuze s euivalent of phenomenological reflection or the logical analysis of language Is he saying that in order to do philosophy we should first fry our brains on hallucinogens just how did he arrive at some of these startling conclusions of his Been picking at this for a while Just read the central chapter The Image of Thought Deleuze s erudition isn t faked I don t want to join the this is bullshit brigade that stalks continental thinkers wherever they go but I have to wonder if this is really a serious work of philosophy What else could it be an obscene prose poem aping the form of a Kantian treatise Duchamp never meant for his urinal to be discussed seriously by art historians in the same breath as Poussin and it at least seems possible that article like the following are simply not getting the joke that I likened it to a prose poem I should add that as such it often succeeds fantastically I ve never been a fan of the shrill hysteria and sloganeering of the Guattari collaborations but Deleuze himself could fucking writeA well known test in psychology involves a monkey who is supposed to find food in boxes of one particular color amidst others of various colors there comes a paradoxical period during which the number of errors diminishes even though the monkey does not yet posses the knowledge or truth of a solution in each case propitious moment in which the philosopher monkey opens up to truth himself producing the true but only to the extent that he begins to penetrate the coloured thickness of a problemOn the one hand damn but then again honestly what the hell are you talking about my friendFoucault famously loved Deleuze s early books and at a time when phenomenology was part of the philosophical establishment in France said that they represented the extreme opposite of Merleau Ponty s way of thinking Throughout his work MP took great pains to show against Descartes that it s not really possible to doubt the world It s like claiming to behold a suare circle You can say these words but they don t mean anything Phenomenology of Perception is a book that at times leans heavily on common sense All MP s analysis depend on their being such a thing as a norm of perception which can be contrasted with pathological cases These pathological cases in turn must ultimately be understood against a ground or horizon of meaning Percpetion is already a whole we perceive a whole not discrete bits of sensory data and perception is also the model for all further truth and meaningDeleuze seems to have an entirely different model in mind He begins chapter 3 by ridiculing common sense the idea that there are things that everybody knows He apparently wants to do Descartes one better Not only can the world be doubted it must be dissolved in a miasma of lunatic ideas He stresses that it is only a violent encounter that sets us thinking I m reminded of Kant s notion of the sublime in the third critiue the point at which the categories of reason break down and we are face to face with the formless Such romanticism was only one annex in Kant s kingdom of thought but Deleuze wants it to provide the basis for his entire philosophy Personally I m partial to the idea that there are limit experiences in life intense encounters which break down our day to day understandings and yet afterwards if one wants to talk about the experience one must inevitably fall back on the same basic grammar and repertoire of meanings as before Of course it s not necessary to talk about the experience One could fall mute but that clearly is not the choice of the verbose Monsieur Deleuze Style Your Mind: A Workbook and Lifestyle Guide For Women Who Want to Design Their Thoughts, Empower Themselves, and Build a Beautiful Life gelezen en A Rose in Winter gebruikt door kunstenaars en wetenschappers architecten en cineasten bestuurskundigen en musici Met de uitgave van Verschil en herhaling is het sleutelwerk van Deleuze beschikbaar in helder en toegankelijk NederlandsVerschil en h. Despite his infamous boast of having ejaculated in Kant s rectum it seems to me that Deleuze made his home completely within the history of philosophy Perhaps his provocations only make sense against the background of a uasi scholastic reverence for the classicsNow that I ve finally read every page of Difference Repetition I m sorry to say that I still can t decide what to think of the man I took a few notes as I readWhen we say that the eternal return is not the return of the Same or of the Similar or the Eual we mean that it does not presuppose any identity On the contrary it is said of a world without identity without resemblance or euality It is said of a world the very Hot Young Babysitter: A Sexy Babysitter Erotica Story (English Edition) ground of which is difference in which everything rests upon disparities upon differences of differences which reverberate to infinity the world of intensity pp 241 But then whose world Is this the world in which any of us live is there a way to move thereDeleuze is said to have acuired his life long love of philosophy from reading Being and Nothingness as a teenager While his mature thought would obviously develop in a very different direction away from phenomenology toward structuralism and beyond I wonder if his fundamental orientation remained Sartrean throughout I see the basic aim of Difference Repetition as ethical addressing the uestion How should one liveSartre notoriously represents the apotheosis of subjectivity in which freedom becomes absolute As a post structuralist Deleuze is supposed to have no truck with such cartesian naivetes Yet looking at a passage like the one above I can t make sense of it except as a claim for the absolute freedom of thought Moreover Deleuze s praise of immanence would seem to deny that there is any outside which orients and constrains thinking this looks like a conception of subjectivity as hyperbolic and untenable as Sartre sA nightmare is perhaps a psychic dynamism that could be sustained neither awake nor even in dreams but only in profound sleep in a dreamless sleep pp 118A nightmare too deep for dreams this is indeed an evocative image The unconscious becomes an absurd doctrine if we think of it as a series of representations that just happens to fall below the threshold of consciousness Absurd yet often difficult to avoid it seems that Freud himself often fell into this error If it is beneath or beyond representations then how is it possible to speak of it at allPaul Ricoeur addresses this problem in his Aurora Borealis 2019 Calendar: The Magnificent Northern Lights great book Freud and Philosophy An Essay on Interpretation He admits to a certain modesty indirection restraint in what he as a philosopher is able to say That does not appear to be Deleuze s approach The imperative to think without representations seems to Cracking the LSAT Premium with 3 Real Practice Tests, 27th Edition: The All-in-One Solution for Your Highest Possible Score (Graduate School Test Preparation) give total license to nonsense at times The passage uoted above continuesIn this sense it is not even clear that thought in so far as it constitutes the dynamism peculiar to philosophical systems may be related to a substantial completed and well constituted subject such as the Cartestian Cogito thought is rather one of those terrible movements which can be sustained only under the conditions of a larval subjectWould it be pedantic to look for a method in a sentence like that Deleuze s euivalent of phenomenological reflection or the logical analysis of language Is he saying that in order to do philosophy we should first fry our brains on hallucinogens just how did he arrive at some of these startling conclusions of his Been picking at this for a while Just read the central chapter The Image of Thought Deleuze s erudition isn t faked I don t want to join the this is bullshit brigade that stalks continental thinkers wherever they Defect go but I have to wonder if this is really a serious work of philosophy What else could it be an obscene prose poem aping the form of a Kantian treatise Duchamp never meant for his urinal to be discussed seriously by art historians in the same breath as Poussin and it at least seems possible that article like the following are simply not Ethical Decisions for Social Work Practice getting the joke that I likened it to a prose poem I should add that as such it often succeeds fantastically I ve never been a fan of the shrill hysteria and sloganeering of the Guattari collaborations but Deleuze himself could fucking writeA well known test in psychology involves a monkey who is supposed to find food in boxes of one particular color amidst others of various colors there comes a paradoxical period during which the number of errors diminishes even though the monkey does not yet posses the knowledge or truth of a solution in each case propitious moment in which the philosopher monkey opens up to truth himself producing the true but only to the extent that he begins to penetrate the coloured thickness of a problemOn the one hand damn but then again honestly what the hell are you talking about my friendFoucault famously loved Deleuze s early books and at a time when phenomenology was part of the philosophical establishment in France said that they represented the extreme opposite of Merleau Ponty s way of thinking Throughout his work MP took Apprendre à programmer avec Python 3 great pains to show against Descartes that it s not really possible to doubt the world It s like claiming to behold a suare circle You can say these words but they don t mean anything Phenomenology of Perception is a book that at times leans heavily on common sense All MP s analysis depend on their being such a thing as a norm of perception which can be contrasted with pathological cases These pathological cases in turn must ultimately be understood against a Witch at Heart (A Jinx Hamilton Mystery Book 1) (English Edition) ground or horizon of meaning Percpetion is already a whole we perceive a whole not discrete bits of sensory data and perception is also the model for all further truth and meaningDeleuze seems to have an entirely different model in mind He begins chapter 3 by ridiculing common sense the idea that there are things that everybody knows He apparently wants to do Descartes one better Not only can the world be doubted it must be dissolved in a miasma of lunatic ideas He stresses that it is only a violent encounter that sets us thinking I m reminded of Kant s notion of the sublime in the third critiue the point at which the categories of reason break down and we are face to face with the formless Such romanticism was only one annex in Kant s kingdom of thought but Deleuze wants it to provide the basis for his entire philosophy Personally I m partial to the idea that there are limit experiences in life intense encounters which break down our day to day understandings and yet afterwards if one wants to talk about the experience one must inevitably fall back on the same basic Drawing Cutting Edge Anatomy: The Ultimate Reference for Comic Book Artists grammar and repertoire of meanings as before Of course it s not necessary to talk about the experience One could fall mute but that clearly is not the choice of the verbose Monsieur Deleuze

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