A new and original monograph from a leading Deleuzian scholar exploring the central issues of life, science, language and art in Deleuze's work.Introduction 1 a#39;Language is both a system of communication and an informatics tool. ... a#39;Since all the movements of the organism are always conditioned by external influences, one can, if one wishes, readily treat ... MIT Press, 2005, 145). Drawing on the work of James Gibson, Manuel DeLanda links the concepts of capacity and affordance. ... also dig its own hole, thus affecting or changing the ground itself (Intensive Science and Virtual Philosophy, London: Continuum, 2004, 73).
|Title||:||Deleuze and the Meaning of Life|
|Publisher||:||A&C Black - 2010-03-21|