Tag Archives: Deleuze

Deleuze and Shining

One of the most interesting aspects of Deleuze’s cinema books is his break with any notion of consciousness as a light that illuminates objects otherwise relegated to darkness. L’IMAGE-MOUVEMENT is quite clear on this point: “It is things that are … Continue reading

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ALL THINGS SHINING: the discussion continues

There is a new interview with Sean Kelly here. I limited my comments to an updated version of my book review, which I reproduce below ALL THINGS SHINING is an ambitious book, it aims at helping us to find meaning … Continue reading

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Go With The Glow? Shining is more than sportsmen and heroes

Everything must be interpreted in intensity Continue reading

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Dissipative Assemblages

This is a quick note on a quick note, which seems to me to raise the question of the role of the negative in Deleuze: I think you are saying that desire is both eros and eris, both break and … Continue reading

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Individuation and Double-Becoming

This is what I do, I pick up many things but I do not leave them unchanged Continue reading

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Charles Spinosa: Families of Identities

“I prefer to interpret each of us as a family of identities” Continue reading

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Friendship and Multiple Worlds: Kindness and Wariness

Charles Spinosa illustrates his ideas on “multiple micro-worlds” with an example taken from his experience of friendship. He describes an initial relation of fusion: “As friends, some employees look noble and pure-hearted. I would never doubt that they would stand … Continue reading

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