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O bergsonismo de Gilles Deleuze
Fornazari, Sandro Kobol;
Trans/Form/A??o , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-31732004000200003
Abstract: the text is a presentation of gilles deleuze's interpretation of henri bergson's philosophy. it aims at focus on subjects that deleuzean philosophy should return to, developing them in différence et répetition and from this work. among the most outstandings, we find the affirmative ontology subject, that involves the passage from virtual to actual through being differentiation process. being doesn't stop to have existence by actualizing itself, but it differentiates itself in this process, being individualized as things. being is thus pre-individual and pre-subjective. in bergson, there should be a virtual coexistence of all differences degrees in duration.
Constantin Boundas (ed.), Gilles Deleuze: The Intensive Reduction (Book Review)  [PDF]
Andrea Janae Sholtz
Perspectives : International Postgraduate Journal of Philosophy , 2010,
Abstract: A book review of Gilles Deleuze: The Intensive Reduction, a collection edited by Constantin Boundas.
Gilles Deleuze, filósofo do futuro/Gilles Deleuze, philosopher of the future
Gregory Flaxman,Silvania Sousa do Nascimento,Henrique Z.M. Parra,Giovana Scareli,Elenise Cristina Pires de Andrade,Teruo Monobe,Eurize Caldas Pessanha,Marlucy Alves Paraíso,Cristianne Maria Farmer Rocha,Nilda Alves,Inês Barbosa de Oliveira,Márcia Serra Ferreira,Carmen Teresa Gabriel,Alice Casimiro Lopes,Ivor Goodson,Alfredo Veiga-Neto,Elizabeth Macedo,Elenise Cristina Pires de Andrade,érica Speglich,André Pietsch Lima,Eugénia Vilela,Alik Wunder,Davina Marques,Camila Cilene Zanfelice,Cristina de Carvalho Bar
ETD : Educa??o Temática Digital , 2008,
Abstract: As cicatrizes, queimaduras, erup es do filósofo s o apenas as figura es mais literais das emo es que se depositam em nossas faces - as emo es que a filosofia em si precisa conceitualizar, por sua vez. Para Deleuze, a própria natureza do conceito emerge de tais “contatos imediatos” com algo sem precedentes e até mesmo apocalíptico, que n o pode ser representado, mas, no entanto, precisa ser pensado. O filósofo sci phi usa a sensa o de seus encontros em seu corpo e sua mente, quer estas sejam marcas que entalharam sua carne delicada, ou as impress es fora-deste-mundo que se resolveram em express es, ou as experiências que formaram as dobras delicadas da matéria cinza. The scars, burns, and rashes of the philosopher are only the most literal figurations of the affects that deposit themselves on our faces—the affects which philosophy itself must conceptualize in turn. For Deleuze, the very nature of the concept emerges from such “close encounters” with something unprecedented and even apocalyptic, which cannot be represented but must be thought nonetheless. The sci philosopher wears the sensation of his encounters on his body and brain, whether these are marks that have sculpted his or her delicate flesh, or the out-of-this-world impressions that have resolved themselves in expressions, or the experiences that have formed the delicate folds of gray matter. Keywords Filosofia --- Fic o científica --- Imagem --- Philosophy --- Science fiction --- Image
Violence, Territorialization, and Signification: The Political from Carl Schmitt and Gilles Deleuze
Gavin Rae
Theoria and Praxis : International Journal of Interdisciplinary Thought , 2013,
Abstract: While Carl Schmitt is one of the main proponents of the question of the political with the consequence that his thinking on the subject has garnered much attention, not only is the question of the political in Gilles Deleuze relatively underdeveloped, but there has been virtually no work done on the relationship between the two. The orientating contention of this paper is that thinking the question of the political from the works of these two, very different, thinkers will not only start to bring these two thinkers together but, in so doing, will allow us to better understand their individual thinking in a way that draws out conclusions regarding the nature of the political. While Schmitt’s friend-enemy division is the normal focus of analyses, I will focus on the role that violence and territory plays in fostering and sustaining this distinction to suggest that Schmitt’s famous distinction actually points towards the intimate relationship between the political, violence, and territory. Having made this connection, I then turn to the work of Gilles Deleuze who, I argue, maintains that the political is linked to pre-individual processes of territorialization and signification. The conclusion reached is that thinking the political from Schmitt and Deleuze reveals that it is intimately connected to violence, territory, and signification, which are primordially determined by ever-changing pre-individual, socio-linguistic relations specific to each society. It is to this pre-individual, socio-linguistic field that attempts to answer the question of the political should attend.
El problema de la utopía en Gilles Deleuze  [cached]
Antonelli, Marcelo
Isegoría , 2012,
Abstract: This paper deals with the issue of utopia in Gilles Deleuze’s thought. Regardless of the fact that some commentators consider him a utopian author (Buchanan, Patton, Scherer, Zourabichvili), we maintain that his philosophy is altogether incompatible with utopia due to his choice for becoming, fabulation, and the creation of the possible. Nevertheless, we sustain that utopia itself shows ambiguity in the Deleuze’s idea of immanence. Even if it rejects ideals and transcendental positions, Deleuze connects immanence and utopia by carrying out an immanent evaluation of the actions guided by utopian ideals. El presente trabajo aborda la cuestión de la utopía en el pensamiento de Gilles Deleuze. Frente a diversos comentadores que lo consideran un autor utopista (Buchanan, Patton, Scherer, Zourabichvili), argumentamos que su filosofía es inconciliable con la utopía a causa de su opción por el devenir, la fabulación y la creación de lo posible. No obstante, sostenemos que la utopía pone de manifiesto una ambigüedad en la idea deleuzeana de inmanencia. Si bien ésta tiene por efecto rechazar los ideales y las posiciones trascendentes, Deleuze conjuga la inmanencia y la utopía mediante una evaluación inmanente de las acciones guiadas por los ideales utópicos.
Gilles Deleuze e a Quest o da Técnica  [cached]
Eladio Craia
DoisPontos , 2011,
Abstract: The paper discusses in general terms the problems of contemporary technique, taking as its starting point the diagnosis of Martin Heidegger. The main horizon of analysis will be opened by the question surrounding the ontological status of the technique, from the point of views of the concepts offered by the ontology of "virtual " Gilles Deleuze, exposing this way the decisive displacement operated by the French philosopher about Heidegger philosophy. In this sense, the delicate matter implies, since the philosophy of Deleuze, the technical universe, not as homogeneous nor determined by an endogenous drive, but as multiple self-differentiated. The notion of virtual is the centerpiece in ontological terms to think the technique as production wich operates by updating a single field of virtual animated internally by difference. The paper exposes how it can be said that technology does not end anything, terminating, or encloses, as it is always related in varied differented settings.
Sobre a ideia de dramatiza o em Gilles Deleuze  [cached]
Veronica Miranda Damasceno
DoisPontos , 2011,
Abstract: This article introduces of dramatization in Gilles Deleuze. It is the subversion of the classic metaphysical questions that justify the essences and ideas. A distribution of differences of ideias determines the update. The method of dramatization involves processes of differentiation. Internal differences, relative to blocks of space-time create conditions for concepts. An intensive field and differential forces brings about a special theater of the virtual and an expression of ideas. The reality is not given, but dramatized by forces and individual subjectivities larvae. The method of dramatization falls short of knowledge and even to consolidate all gains that philosophy with the concepts. The paper will also seek to indicate the links of dramatization with the worlds of Leibniz and the cinema of David Lynch.
A dimens o do conceito em Deleuze e na enfermagem  [cached]
Freitas Maria Célia de,Mendes Maria Manuela Rino
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2004,
Abstract: O estudo teve como objetivo identificar e analisar o significado de conceito para Deleuze e Enfermagem. O filósofo Deleuze, a partir de um recorte da realidade, cria o conceito, plano de imanência, e para Rodgers, na enfermagem, o conceito surge no momento real que se deseja construir as bases conceituais na Enfermagem. Evidenciou-se, portanto, que o significado de conceito, tanto para Deleuze quanto para Rodgers, embora tenham vivenciado áreas diferentes, tem em comum o acontecimento das coisas e dos seres, que s o reflexos da realidade vivida. O conceito, em Rodgers, é caracterizado por seus elementos essenciais, os atributos, e, em Deleuze, pelo que denominou de componentes, ou seja, a essência.
A livre improvisa o musical e a filosofia de Gilles Deleuze The free musical improvisation and the philosophy of Gilles Deleuze
Rogério Luiz Moraes Costa
Per Musi , 2012,
Abstract: Nos últimos anos a improvisa o passou a figurar como um tema cada vez mais presente nos ambientes acadêmicos e hoje é considerada uma importante linha de pesquisa. A nossa reflex o sobre a livre improvisa o, além de se apoiar em nossas experiências práticas, tem como uma das suas principais referências a obra do filósofo francês Gilles Deleuze de quem s o emprestados conceitos fundamentais tais como, estratifica o, território, plano de consistência, molaridade e molecularidade, corpo sem órg os, ritmo, meios e ritornelo. Neste artigo, originalmente publicado no número 49, vol. 1 da revista Perspectives of New Music, trataremos de mostrar de que forma estes conceitos nos auxiliam a pensar e fundamentar a livre improvisa o musical conforme a concebemos em nossos trabalhos práticos e teóricos. Recently, improvisation has been integrated as a theme increasingly present in scholarly environments and it is now considered as an important line of research. Our thinking about free improvisation, besides relying on our practical experience, has the work of French philosopher Gilles Deleuze as a central reference from which we borrow key concepts such as stratification, territory, plan of consistency, molarity and molecularity, body without organs, rhythm, means and refrain. In this article, originally published in Perspectives of New Music, number 49, v.1, we will try to show how these concepts help us think and support the free musical improvisation as we conceive it in our practical and theoretical work.
Imagens do pensamento em Gilles Deleuze: representa??o e cria??o
Mauricio, Eduardo;Mangueira, Mauricio;
Fractal : Revista de Psicologia , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1984-02922011000200005
Abstract: one of the major goals of gilles deleuze's philosophy was restitute thinking its creative power, a power that was smothered by the hegemony of the representational perspective. combating the idea that thinking is simply a voluntary, reflective and universal activity, the french philosopher explains in proust and signs how the act of thinking is related to an inventive procedure. performing a radical change in the main concepts of the representational model, such as the concepts of sign, essence and truth, deleuze shows that if thinking is related to something, it is primarily to the affirmation of a creative style.
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