French journalist Claire Parnet’s famous dialogues with Gilles Deleuze offer an intimate portrait of the philosopher’s life and thought. Conversational in tone, their . In the most accessible and personal of his works, Deleuze examines, through a series of discussions with Claire Parnet, such revealing topics as his own. Dialogues. GILLES DELEUZE AND CLAIRE PARNET Translated by Hugh Tomlinson and Barbara Habberjam. Gilles Deleuze examines his own work ina.
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Chapter one A Conversation: These people happen to be bilingual as well, but we can be bilingual even inside a single language, by reawakening a minor language, introducing heterogeneity. The relations between actuals and virtuals can take the form parneg ‘a highly specific and remarkable singularization which needs to be determined case by case’. Participants were invited to correct the dualisms to get to the idea in TP that pluralism equals monism, that dualisms are the parbet.
Virtual here means that they are connected instantaneously, that they are emitted and absorbed created and destroyed in an instant: This function would subordinate thought to a conventional image again. Others are claiming authority as enunciators as well.
Sex changes, for example as people age. Ddleuze can last as long as or longer than these developed forms.
Dialogues is a book in which Gilles Deleuze examines his philosophical pluralism in a series of discussions with Claire Parnet. This affects the ‘total impetus’ of the virtual object. The lines and coordinates that make us up can continually recombine, and those which lead patnet dead ends can be replaced by those pafnet are more active.
It can help to localise affect, say in persons, in the face of overwhelming processes of desire. Questions are often worked out in terms of probable answers, constituting a kind of grid for understanding. The stoics drew a line between physical depth and metaphysical surface, between things and events, dilogoz of things and compounds qualities and substance. Personal criticism of authors like Lawrence or Carroll is unworthy, based on resentment, reducing the work to something pitiful.
Battaille made the phantasm the essence of literature, and its harm has been considerable on literature and even the cinema. This involves extraction of life forces from madness or from addiction. Is desire some natural force? It is not the only goal of desire, which belongs to the notion of desire as djlogos.
This is the source of the bit much loved by ‘creative writers’ — ‘as if something carried us away, across our segments but also across our thresholds, towards a destination which is unknownnot foreseeable, not pre-existent’. The segments are homogenised and made convertible, and developed in particular fields as necessary—Greek geometry organised social space in the city. Various French authors have argued for the separation of warriors from the state, and have argued that wars sometimes arise in order to resist centralization [am I mistaken, or is there an assumption throughout that the state is the modern nation state?
There is a relation with the state.
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II [Now Parnet’s turn] We often see the desert and the void as an image related to death, meaning that the plane of consistency cannot be built. It follows from constructing a line of flight [examples include Kafka, Beckett and Deleuse, and a poet called Luca].
Why do some assemblages gain proper names and not others? The French search for a new point of origin, but the Anglo Americans pick up the line and join a segment to it, prolonging the middle. We must study these movements of deterritorialization, flux and continuums of intensity in concrete examples [well done Claire!
This is what conversation should be, rather than formal debate among specialists.
Sciences becoming event-centred, taking dilogks. There are untimely, like haecceities. Nomads have no history only geography [lots of pseudy bits from Kafka and Kleist].
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It is more or less exactly what Bourdieu says] Psychoanalysis attempts to do this, to replace philosophy, although the apparatuses of power seem more interested in physics, biology and informatics. This links with Leibniz on the notion of force as a virtual being actualized.
There are connections with Anglo American thinking. The conjunction of different elements should be understood as desire Language like this is meant to be obeyed, it consists of orders and order-words, as much as information [with the school teacher singled out].
Everything has really changed. Although there are two kinds of lines [I thought there were three!
Bodies are as surprising and flexible as humans souls. I think it then goes on to say that the victims were braver and more sincere, not bitter, not ambitious—but it is an odd passage]. Lines of flight create these becomings and have no territory.
I doubt if anyone could have written the majority of the appalling second section of Dilogoz 2 except Deleuze though see sample text below ] Deleuze Preface Whitehead defined empiricism as the view that the abstract does not explain but must be explained. The normal model ought to be inverted: Everything is still uncertain.
So that, agents or patients, when we act or undergo, we must always be worthy of what happens to us.