El Pliegue Leibniz y el Barroco by Gilles Deleuze at – ISBN – ISBN – Ediciones Paidos Iberica – The Fold has ratings and 17 reviews. In The Fold, Gilles Deleuze argues that Leibniz’s writings constitute the grounding elements of a Baroque philos. Buy El Pliegue Leibniz y el Barroco by Gilles Deleuze (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible.
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I don’t want to fuck the tradition of Aristotle in the ass, at least not by these means. Paperbackpages. Do I experience a scattering of microprecepts concentrated by some sort of organizational monadical relationship? I’d deleuzee to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle?
His thought locates him as an influential figure in present-day considerations of society, crea Deleuze is a key figure in postmodern French philosophy.
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I wanted to find out more about folding but this book was pliegie technical for me. Get to Know Us. So exquisite I want to weep and scream for joy at the same time.
The Fold: Leibniz and the Baroque
Squisito saggio di Deleuze incentrato sulla filosofia di Leibniz che giles molti spunti, soprattutto nella prima parte e nell’ultimo capitolo, per un’interpretazione storica e contemporanea del Barocco attraverso il concetto di “piega”. Trivia About The Fold: Though a challenge as all worthwhile reads should beI would recommend this book to any – you won’t be disappointed.
Can we see these architecture are utilizing this folding theory? In any case, I’m still confused, though I have a theory that this text relates to the Foucault one insofar as he is developing an understanding of Leibnizian and classical episteme, rather than putting forward a metaphysical treatise.
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Maybe I am being too harsh here and don’t understand what Deleuze is doing fully, but I was a bit dismayed to see that all the hoopla was based on some very difficult and obscure writing that most people don’t fully understand whether they admit it or not. Considering himself an empiricist and a vitalist, his body of work, which rests upon concepts such as multiplicity, constructivism, difference and desire, stands at a substantial remove from the main traditions of 20th century Continental thought.
This is a world of folding, in which time and space are generated by folding, expanding and refolding. No trivia or quizzes yet. This puts Deleuze closer to math than you might imagine, as this book is written in poetic language. If not on the level of monad, then on the level of concept. From here, we need first to select a context and then abstract from that context the mode of change that operates throughout deeuze. Again, as with all of Deleuze’s works, this book aids in the understanding and thinking through not only of the philosopher in question Leibniz, in this casebut also of Deleuze’s differentiated and intricate thought as well.
From here, we need first to select a context and then In this difficult book, Gilles Deleuze takes the figure of Leibniz as a starting point to reach a determinate position of differentiation. The bits about monadic point of view and gillez worlding-song of the monadic choir in order to express the inflected infinite line of the world was beautifully explicated or unfolded.
Preview — The Fold by Gilles Deleuze. Be the first to deleuzd this item Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Deleuze outlines a project by which we can choose the scale at which we are to determine what we are looking at. The translation has some issues, but the difficulty is not due to the translation: Yet this poetry is essential in the sense that Deleuze wishes for us to saddle the inflection point between the two floors, before monads disappear from view and Being is revealed, or before Being is dissolved into a mass of monads that have yet to organize into coherency as a concept.
That being said, Deleuze, as always, masterfully enacts the concerted play of the other’s thought, differentiating it in order to open it up to alternate lines of flight for further thinking. Jan 25, Jacob rated it really liked it. The world is an infinite series of curvatures or inflections, and the entire world is enclosed in the soul from one point of view.
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What makes Deleuze radical in this regard, is how he debunks deluze classical categories which philosophy has sought to make necessary for its condition of philosophy. Admittedly, not having read much Leibniz at least not his philosophymost of this book went over my head, fabric and all. Deleuze would have us absorb melody from pure harmony, building concepts and trends from the multitude of monads which would pose a mass of singularities.
Amina rated it it was amazing Sep 18, His thought locates him as an influential figure in present-day considerations of society, creativity and subjectivity. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. There is nothing wrong with doing this, but at what point is it an aesthetic move and at what point is it really thought out. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs.
Giples only sections that seem to fit with typical Deleuzian writing are the 6th chapter on Whitehead, and the final two paragraphs of the book which discuss a movement from a monadology to a nomadology.
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