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A origem do conceito de multiplicidade segundo Gilles Deleuze
Cardoso Júnior, Hélio Rebello;
Trans/Form/A??o , 1996, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-31731996000100010
Abstract: deleuze seeks for his own concept of multiplicity through the issue of multiplicity both in riemann's physical theory and in bergson's philosophy. this attempt states for deleuze's peculiar creation of concepts. in fact, he draws out from riemannian and bergsonian concepts of multiplicity new features for the notions of space and time. hence, he is able to supply his own concept with an ontological spread.
O instinto de morte segundo Deleuze. A controvérsia com a psicanálise
Pierre Montebello
DoisPontos , 2011,
Abstract: What interests Deleuze most, in his texts on psychoanalysis, is the death instinct. He devotes a chapter of Présentation de Sacher-Masoch to this subject, as well as long pages of Répétition et Différence and innumerable passages in L'Anti-Oedipe. Though the controversy with psychoanalysis may touch on many points, it is clear that, deep down, it is located there, on the element Guattari and Deleuze reckon to be the most interesting, the most revolutionary and the most essential. What were they looking for in the death instinct? Why should the whole debate with psychoanalysis turn on this obscure concept? This essay offers some ideas for analyzing these questions.
A amizade como paisagem conceitual e o amigo como personagem conceitual, segundo Deleuze e Guattari
Cardoso Jr., Hélio Rebello;
Kriterion: Revista de Filosofia , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-512X2007000100003
Abstract: this paper begins with the proposal of a "pedagogy of concept" according to deleuze and guattari. on this basis, i emphasize and explore the assertion that every thought demands relational traces" as their internal condition". among the relational traces defined by this pedagogy of concept, i selected "friend" as a character who distinguishes a given thought. i try, after that, to define, generally what friend and the scene of friendship in plato's, nietzsche's, heidegger's and foucault's philosophies are.
The Peirce axiom scheme and suprema  [PDF]
P. L. Robinson
Mathematics , 2015,
Abstract: We present equivalents to the Peirce axiom scheme and highlight its relevance for pairwise suprema.
Habermas lendo Peirce Habermas reading Peirce
Lauro Frederico Barbosa da Silveira
Trans/Form/A??o , 2013,
Abstract: Entre as várias referências feitas ao pensamento de Peirce, ao longo de sua carreira filosófica, dois textos foram tomados como exemplares da leitura que Jürgen Habermas faz do pensamento de Peirce e, ao lado das diferen as encontradas entre os dois textos, dois itens muito importantes se conservam: a verdadeira admira o pela virada pragmática promovida por aquele filósofo e cientista, que será seguida por seu leitor, e a séria restri o feita à progressiva tendência do pensamento de abandonar a intersubjetividade como garantia da objetividade da semiose, dando preferência a uma fundamenta o cosmológica para todo conhecimento. Embora esta última restri o pudesse ser criticada em sua pertinência, tanto a admira o manifesta à contribui o feita por Peirce ao pensamento filosófico com sua proposta pragmática, quanto a restri o a um suposto abandono das rela es pessoais na base da semiose, sem dúvida, manifestam o viés filosófico de Habermas lendo um autor que ele admira, mas que n o pretende seguir como um exegeta. Among several references made to Peirce's thought during Jürgen Habermas' philosophical career, two texts are exemplars of the reading Habermas makes of Peirce's thought. Despite the differences found between the two texts, two very important items are conserved: a true admiration for the pragmatic turn promoted Peirce (and followed by Habermas), and serious restrictions with regard to the progressive tendency in Peirce's thought toward abandoning intersubjectivity as the warrant of the objectivity of semiosis and giving preference to a cosmological foundation to all kinds of knowledge. Although this last restriction could be criticized as to its pertinence, both the admiration manifested by Habermas for Peirce's contribution to philosophical thought in his pragmatic proposal, as well as Habermas's restrictions regarding a supposed abandonment of personal relations on the basis of semiosis, undoubtedly manifest the philosophical bias of Habermas' reading of an author he admires but does not intend to follow as an exegete.
Warping Peirce Quincuncial Panoramas  [PDF]
Chamberlain Fong,Brian K. Vogel
Computer Science , 2010,
Abstract: The Peirce quincuncial projection is a mapping of the surface of a sphere to the interior of a square. It is a conformal map except for four points on the equator. These points of non-conformality cause significant artifacts in photographic applications. In this paper, we propose an algorithm and user-interface to mitigate these artifacts. Moreover, in order to facilitate an interactive user-interface, we present a fast algorithm for calculating the Peirce quincuncial projection of spherical imagery. We then promote the Peirce quincuncial projection as a viable alternative to the more popular stereographic projection in some scenarios.
Deleuze and the Expression of Jurisprudence  [PDF]
Emilian Margarit
Meta : Research in Hermeneutics, Phenomenology and Practical Philosophy , 2012,
Abstract: Review to: Edward Mussawir, Jurisdiction in Deleuze. The expression and representation of law, New York: Routledge, 2011, 193 p.
Peirce y lo incognoscible: Respuesta a Damiani
Daniel Kalpokas
T?3picos , 2011,
Abstract: El presente artículo responde algunas objeciones que Damiani, en su trabajo "Comunidad, realidad y pragmatismo", efectúa a un artículo anterior mío sobre lo incognoscible en Peirce: "Lo incognoscible y los límites del sentido". Se alo que nuestros desacuerdos conciernen principalmente a dos puntos: (1) si tiene sentido sostener que no podemos saber si hay incognoscibles, y (2) si cabe defender la tesis de Peirce ("Lo absolutamente incognoscible es absolutamente inconcebible") sin comprometerse con el idealismo. Al argumentar por una respuesta afirmativa al primer punto y por una negativa al segundo, intento justificar una actitud agnóstica respecto de lo incognoscible: la de que no podemos saber si hay incognoscibles. This article replies to Damiani's objections to a previous paper of mine about the incognizable in Peirce: "The Incognizable and the Bounds of Sense". I point out that our disagreements are mainly about two points: (1) whether it has any sense to assert that we cannot know if there are incognizables, and (2) whether Peirce can defend his thesis ("The absolutely incognizable is absolutely inconceivable") without presupposing the idealism as a thesis about the nature of reality. I argue in favor of a positive answer for the first point, and a negative one for the second, and thus I try to justify an agnostic attitude with respect to the incognizable: we cannot know whether there are incognizables.
Sensación y pintura en Deleuze Sensation and Painting in Deleuze  [cached]
Paula Honorato Crespo
Aisthesis , 2010,
Abstract: El presente ensayo comenta los alcances de la teoría de la pintura desarrollada por Gilles Deleuze en Francis Bacon. Lógica de la sensación. Se abordan, específicamente, aquellos fundamentos que sostienen la comprensión del medio pictórico como campo de acción para el arte contemporáneo, no así, la obra de Bacon en particular. Desde esta perspectiva, se relevan las siguientes claves de la teoría deleuziana: primero, la pintura concebida como un lenguaje dirigido al cuerpo con el poder de configurar sensaciones determinadas; y segundo, la noción de cuadro como manifestación material-objetiva de dichas sensaciones. This essay is a comment on the theory of painting developed by French philosopher Gilles Deleuze Francis Bacon. Logics of sensation. This text revise the foundations that support the understanding of pictorial medium as (well as the) action field for contemporary art, nor Bacon's work in particular. From this pant of view, the keys of deleuzian theory are revealed as: first, painting conceived as a language oriented to the body wich has the power to configurated fixed or determínate sensations and, second, painting thinked as an objective-material manifestation of those sensations.
Aprender com Deleuze
Schérer, René;
Educa??o & Sociedade , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-73302005000400003
Abstract: learning occupies a prominent place in the philosophy of deleuze. it is an act of adaptation and creation, a complex assemblage related to two of the conditions that make thought itself possible: formation of the idea and formulation of the problem. learning goes beyond knowledge and envelops entire life in its passionate and unpredictable course.
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