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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.
Ontopolítica e diagramas históricos do poder: maioria e minoria segundo Deleuze e a Teoria das Multid es segundo Peirce = Ontopolitics and historical diagrams of power: majority and minority according to Deleuze and the Theory of Multitudes according to Peirce
Cardoso Júnior, Hélio Rebello
Veritas , 2012,
Abstract: Este artigo procura desenvolver o ambito da assim chamada ontopolítica como contribui o original do pensamento do G. Deleuze para a filosofia política contemporanea. Com este objetivo, veremos que Deleuze toma o conceito de poder em Foucault e lhe confere al ada ontológica. Este conceito de poder dá acesso a outro elemento importante da filosofia política deleuzeana, ou seja, o estudo dos diagramas históricos do poder nas denominadas sociedades disciplinar e de controle. Com o diagrama de funcionamento das mesmas podemos entender qual o retrato deleuzeano para a democracia em sociedades contemporaneas. Adentrando a ontopolítica deleuzeana, nos dedicaremos aos conceitos de maioria, minoria e devir-minoritário. é neste ponto que se faz o encontro da ontopolítica de Deleuze com a ontologia matemática de Ch. Sanders Peirce. Acontece que os conceitos ontopolíticos de Deleuze, além de sua vincula o com uma ontologia do poder, recebem também um tratamento matemático, tendo em vista certas no es aritméticas (contável e n o contável) e geométricas (linhas). As maiorias e minorias s o conjuntos contáveis que s o atravessados por devires n o contáveis. Com isso, chegaremos ao ponto central do presente artigo, onde realizamos uma incurs o inicial à imagem dos conceitos de maioria e minoria em Deleuze, com base na teoria das cole es e multid es de C. S. Peirce, principalmente com rela o à ontologia matemática nela incluída. Quanto a isso, a principal opera o será mostrar de que forma a distin o deleuzeana entre maiorias/minorias contáveis e devir-minoritário n o contável pode ser escandida em termos de cole es discretas denominadas enumeráveis, denumeráveis e abnumeráveis ou pós-numeráveis, de acordo com a terminologia de Peirce. This article aims at developing the so-called ontopolitics as G. Deleuze’s innovative contribution to contemporary political philosophy. This objective will lead us to inspect the concept of power that Deleuze borrowed from Foucault and extended in order to assign to it an ontological adequacy. The concept of power opens access to another important element of the Deleuzean political philosophy, that is, the study of the historical diagrams of the power in the so-called discipline and control societies. With the combined dynamical diagram of both, we become aware of the portrait Deleuze draws for the democracy in contemporary societies. Digging into the Deleuzean ontopolitics, we will devote ourselves to the concepts of majority, minority and minor-becoming. It is in this point that the meeting between Deleuze’s ontoplitics and Ch. Sa
Paul Ricoeur e a narrativa histórica: limites no campo conceptual
Hélio Rebello Cardoso Júnior
Semina : Ciências Sociais e Humanas , 1991, DOI: 10.5433/
Abstract: Historical narrative as a subject has caught widespread attention lately. Several contemporary theoretical trends make their best in order to supply an original contribution. Here, the intention has been to present the position of Paul Ricoueur within historical narrative controversy, as the heir of phenomenological thought, by drawing up the theoretical fronts where his efforts were joined. O tema da narrativa história tem recebido muita aten o ultimamente. Várias correntes teóricas contemporaneas se defrontam a fim de fornecer sua contribui o ao aprofundamento do tema. Aqui, procura-se apresentar o posicionamento de Paul Ricoeur, no debate da narrativa histórica, como herdeiro do pensamento fenomenológico, e, com isso, identificar as várias frentes teóricas nas quais concentram-se seus esfor os.
A genealogia em Foucault: uma trajetoria
Lemos, Flavia Cristina Silveira;Cardoso Júnior, Hélio Rebello;
Psicologia & Sociedade , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-71822009000300008
Abstract: this article aims to achieve a path of genealogy as a way to write history as question / problem, according to michel foucault, breaking with a continuous, linear, teleological history, which sought origins and similarities between objects and attempts to establish causal relationships between the events. a history of discursive practices, power and subjectivity was the contract proposed by foucault. the analysis of the source and emergency broke with a whole historiographical tradition which made the events memory and monuments constructed and interpreted by categories of similarity. foucault questions this model to make history, working with new issues and problems and working with the multiplicity of scattered, rare, heterogeneous events, in clippings of series of statements in files, without searching for early origins and without utilitarian goals to be achieved.
Psicologia e justi a: a psicologia e as práticas judiciárias na constru o do ideal de justi a
Hélio Cardoso de Miranda Júnior
Psicologia: Ciência e Profiss?o , 1998, DOI: 10.1590/s1414-98931998000100004
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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.
Para que serve uma subjetividade? Foucault, tempo e corpo
Cardoso Jr., Hélio Rebello;
Psicologia: Reflex?o e Crítica , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-79722005000300008
Abstract: the present article main proposition focuses on the turn made by foucault when he takes into a new account the theme of the subjectivity, above all in the last two volumes of history of the sexuality. henceforth, our attention retraces the two characters of the subjectivity definition as a process or practice, it means, our relationship with the time and the creative or transformative dimension of the body. we argue, then, against the assertion that foucault's last issue would imply the return of the subject or of the man that he had previously denied, that the last foucault is consistent with the style that he had been building throughout his past books.
Acontecimento e história: pensamento de Deleuze e problemas epistemológicos das ciências humanas
Cardoso Jr, Hélio Rebello;
Trans/Form/A??o , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-31732005000200007
Abstract: p. veyne has developed "événement" (happening) as a concept for the epistemological domain of history. in fact, he came to enlarge its meaning by mixing this concept with the foucaultian notion of "pratique" (practice). we see that this conceptual link would be more clearly bounded if drawn up from the epistemological domain it has been early defined and if argued by deleuze's own concept of "événement" (happening), along with its ontological and ethical ressonances.
What a subjectivity is useful for? Foucault, time and body / Para que serve uma subjetividade? Foucault, tempo e corpo
Hélio Rebello Cardoso Jr.
Psicologia: Reflex?o e Crítica , 2005,
Abstract: The present article main proposition focuses on the turn made by Foucault when he takes into a new account the theme of the subjectivity, above all in the last two volumes of History of the Sexuality. Henceforth, our attention retraces the two characters of the subjectivity definition as a process or practice, it means, our relationship with the time and the creative or transformative dimension of the body. We argue, then, against the assertion that Foucault's last issue would imply the return of the subject or of the man that he had previously denied, that the last Foucault is consistent with the style that he had been building throughout his past books.
Ceticismo de Hume através do Empirismo Transcendental de Deleuze: disjun o inclusiva e sujeito empírico
Hélio Rebello Cardoso Jr
DoisPontos , 2008,
Abstract: This article begins with an internal argument in the philosophy of Gilles Deleuze: every philosophy’s character might be evaluated by the immanence degree it accomplishes. The thought of Hume, a “superior empiricism”, as Deleuze understands it, would maintain and perform immanence. In other words, Humean Empiricism would not surrender to any transcendent. At the same time, being superior, it supposes an Empiricism that is not rooted in the immediately given, as it a “naive empiricism” might suppose. Therefore, the empiricism should embody an immanentist thought that acquires some transcendental competence,so it would be a “transcendental empiricism”, according to Deleuze’s terminology. The complex philosophical formula summarized in that Deleuzean expression will be here taken under the Humean point of view in order to envisage his skepticism as an immanence operator that offers to Empiricism a transcendental dimension. Such approach will be carried out in two steps: a) skepticism and the problem of the “inclusive disjunction” in the field of faculties’ interaction (reason/understanding and practical faculty); b) skepticism and the transcendentalism of the empirical judgments.
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