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Regimen de visibilidad y reparto de lo sensible, la querella Jacques Rancière contra Deleuze: utopía, emancipación y alcances político-estéticos

Keywords: Esthetics , politics , immanence , singularity , distribution of the sensitive , emancipation , utopia

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This essay centers its analysis in the disagreement about the image of the thought between Rancière and Deleuze to approach the contemporary relationship between esthetics and politics. The philosophical problem in which is sustained the debate is the quarrel about the relationships of immanence and singularity that articulate for Deleuze its own image of the thought, while Rancière considers this notions as an abandonment of the principles of utopia and emancipation destined to the integration of the anonymous in the distribution of the sensitive. The problems in this debate is focused in a program that crosses philosophy and literature, where Bartleby, the scrivener of Herman Melville acquires relevancy.

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