These flows qua differential elements enter into relations of reciprocal determination linking changes in any one element to changes in the others; thus temperature and pressure differences will link changes in air and water currents to each other: Martin, Jean-Clet, 1993, Variations: Rather than attempt a complete survey of the voluminous secondary literature, we will concentrate on a few of the major critiques.
Third, selves or individuals, rather than being closed upon the compossible and convergent world they express from within, are now torn open, and kept open through the divergent series and incompossible ensembles that continually pull them outside themselves.
Haymarket Books. First, as we will discuss in section 4 below, the Capitalism and Schizophrenia project of Deleuze and Guattari will bring to the fore naturalist tendencies that are only implicitly present in the still-Kantian framework of Difference and Repetition.
The Logic of Sensation —must be read as philosophical explorations of this transcendental domain of sensibility. It became, in fact, a politics of philosophy dedicated to exposing the historical force relations producing identity in all its ontological and epistemological forms. Das Sichtbare und das Sagbare , Munich: Warwick Journal of Philosophy Volume 4.
A Philosophy of the Event , Kieran Aarons trans. A useful way into it is to follow the concepts of coding, stratification and territorialization.
In their final collaborative work, Deleuze and Guattari set out to address the question, 'what is philosophy? Jones, Graham, and Jon Roffe eds.
Beyond these similarities, Deleuze and Guattari distinguish between philosophy as the creation of concepts on a plane of immanence and science as the creation of functions on a plane of reference. An Idea or multiplicity is really a process of progressive determination of differential elements, differential relations, and singularities.
Hachette, 1972: Logic of Sensation 1981 ; Cinema I: A conceptual persona is not a subject, for thinking is not subjective, but takes place in the relationship of territory and earth. To see how Ideas are transcendental and immanent, we have to appreciate that an Idea is a concrete universal.
The second paradox is that of sterile reiteration or doubling: Canadian Journal of Continental Philosophy , 13 2: Second, the world is no longer a continuous world defined by its pre-established harmony; instead, divergences, bifurcations, and incompossibles must now be seen to belong to one and the same universe, a chaotic universe in which divergent series trace endlessly bifurcating paths, and give rise to violent discords and dissonances that are never resolved into a harmonic tonality: Gilles Deleuze and Philosophical Expressionism , Minneapolis: Jeffrey A.