On the Production of Subjectivity: Five Diagrams of the Finite-Infinite Relation
Palgrave Macmillan, 24 sep. 2012 - 300 pagina's
How might we produce our subjectivity differently? Indeed, what are we capable of becoming? This book addresses these questions with a particular eye to ethics, understood as a practice of living, and aesthetics, understood as creative experimentation and the cultivation of a certain style of life. Central to the enquiry are the writings of Félix Guattari and Gilles Deleuze (separately and in collaboration), as well as their philosophical precursors, Baruch Spinoza, Friedrich Nietzsche and Henri Bergson. Each of these, it is argued, offers powerful resources for thinking subjectivity beyond its habitual and typical instantiations – specifically in relation to opening up a different temporality of and for the subject today. Alongside this Deleuze-Guattarian trajectory the book also brings into encounter the writings on aesthetics and ethics of Michel Foucault and Jacques Lacan, and pitches Deleuze against Alain Badiou's own theory of the subject. At stake in this philosophical and psychoanalytical exploration is the drawing of a series of diagrams of the finite–infinite relation, and a development of Guattari's ethico-aesthetic paradigm for thinking the production of subjectivity as speculative, but also a pragmatic and creative practice.
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Contemporary Conditions and Diagrammatic Trajectory
The Accessing of the Infinite by the Finite Spinoza Nietzsche Bergson
Two Diagrams of the Production of Subjectivity and of the Subjects Relation to Truth Foucault versus Lacan
From the Folding of the FiniteInfinite Relation to Schizoanalytic Metamodelization to Biopolitics Guattari
Life Inbetween the Infinite and the Finite Deleuze contra Badiou
Towards a Speculative Production of Subjectivity Deleuze and Guattari
Overige edities - Alles weergeven
actual aesthetic paradigm affects affirmation albeit Anti-Oedipus Assemblage Badiou Badiou’s system become Bergson body without organs Brassier capitalism chaos Chaosmosis Chapter cone constitutes contemporary creative crucial Deleuze and Guattari Deleuze’s desire desiring-production determined deterritorialization diagram especially essay eternal return event existence experience fact Figure finite finitude folding Foucault further Hadot human idea immanence inconsistent multiplicity individual infinite insofar intensive involves kairos kind of knowledge Lacan Lacanian latter lived Logics of Worlds machine Matter and Memory Meillassoux metamodelization Negarestani Negri Nietzsche Nietzsche’s notion object one’s ontological operates particular past philosophy plane of immanence plane of matter possible practice precisely present probe-heads production of subjectivity psychoanalysis question realm regime resonances schizoanalysis second kind semiotic sense signifying simply situation specifically Spinoza subject-as-is subjectivation temporality thesis thinkers third kind thought Thousand Plateaus tion transcendent truth ultimately understood Virno virtual