We Head for The Horizon and Return With Bloodshot Eyes (Brief Comments on the Plane of Immanence)

The question of the status of the plane of immanence has often been interpreted in a positive light. Namely, it is evident to the reader that ‘reaching the plane of immanence’ is portrayed as a virtue of the philosopher insofar as philosophy, understood as the creation of concepts, necessarily relies upon the plane on which … Continue reading We Head for The Horizon and Return With Bloodshot Eyes (Brief Comments on the Plane of Immanence)

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UNE AUTRE FIN DU MONDE EST POSSIBLE: Some Political Conclusions Regarding Deleuze on Cinema

photo cred: Patrice Maniglier, 2016 (Draft of the concluding section for my forthcoming article in Carte Semiotiche Annali 4, IMAGES OF CONTROL. Visibility and the Government of Bodies. Part I can be found here and Part II can be found here) An other end of the world is possible. This statement ties together our critique of Patton, the emphasis … Continue reading UNE AUTRE FIN DU MONDE EST POSSIBLE: Some Political Conclusions Regarding Deleuze on Cinema

Cinema In The Age of Control Societies

(Incredibly rough draft of part II of an article for Carte Semiotiche Annali 4, IMAGES OF CONTROL. Visibility and the Government of Bodies. Part I can be found here). Given our critique of the affirmationist interpretation, and while Godard’s Sauve Qui Peut (La Vie) is Patton’s exemplar of something that approximates a Deleuzean ethico-political program, we should turn … Continue reading Cinema In The Age of Control Societies