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By Brian Massumi

ISBN-10: 0203994361

ISBN-13: 9780203994368

ISBN-10: 041523803X

ISBN-13: 9780415238038

A surprise to idea brings jointly essays that discover Deleuze and Guattari's philosophy of expression in a few modern contexts. it will likely be of curiosity to all these in philosophy, cultural reviews and artwork concept. the amount additionally includes an interview with Guattari which truly restates the 'aesthetic paradigm' that organizes either his and Deleuze's paintings.

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Time passes. A lot of time passes. I’m waiting for it to stop, for it to gather itself into an image, of myself, of my life, of the world. I’m waiting for the movement to stop and reflect itself back to itself – reflection is the condition of action, isn’t it? But it turns its face away, dissolves into a hundred tiny details on a cruelly indifferent time-line, dissolves me into a hundred tiny details, pure moving mass. It is true that in trying all of these different postures, I might just crack the code, it might all ‘come together’.

What makes a singularity unique – fully and only its own event – is an accident only from the perspective of the already-operating type-casting collector mechanisms to which it gives pause. What is accidental is their momentary failure to recognize. The accident is their negative observation that the event does not immediately provide more grist for their alimentary operations: more substance for their established forms of content. They are precisely what make the event an expression of potential.

7 The current of postmodernism following from Baudrillard was perhaps given its most surrealist-absurd formulation in the work of Arthur and Marilouise Kroker. Seriously absurd currents pivot on the later work of François Lyotard on Kant. The sublime is absurd by Kantian definition. As a ‘concept without an intuition’ to ground it, it carries an empty excess of signification (like Lévi-Strauss’s mana, the sublime object of anthropology). For an alternative to the postmodern sublime centring instead on the analytic of the beautiful, see Melissa McMahon, Steven Shaviro, and Stephen Zagala in this volume.

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