French journalist Claire Parnet’s famous dialogues with Gilles Deleuze offer an intimate portrait of the philosopher’s life and thought. Conversational in tone, their . In the most accessible and personal of his works, Deleuze examines, through a series of discussions with Claire Parnet, such revealing topics as his own. Dialogues. GILLES DELEUZE AND CLAIRE PARNET Translated by Hugh Tomlinson and Barbara Habberjam. Gilles Deleuze examines his own work ina.

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We live between two dangers: Patients are not allowed to talk.

Dialogues II

This plane does not preexist its assemblages. It follows that ‘the virtual is never independent of the singularities which cut it up and divide it out on the plane of immanence’. There has to be a need for this stammering.

The lines of flight are creative, forcing developments in a plane of consistence [and the old saying about fleeing to pick up a weapon—maybe this is still Deleuze?

The map of the system will show the centre, radiating out to the circles [they actually seem to have in mind a centrist political system, with the despot in the middle, controlling a periphery through bureaucratic or priestly systems— as in all the garbage about over coding in AO? But people are increasingly demanding the right to desire. The war machine originates in a different way from the State. Stoic morality is undoubtedly this: We live in danger of being dominated by our physical bodies, including those who develop phantasms, and experience anxiety and pain.

The metaphor of war often appears, for example in Kleist or Fitzgerald. We often see the desert and the void as an image related to death, meaning that the plane of consistency cannot be built.


There is no need to organize a revolutionary apparatus on the scale of the state.

The face is a social production, a necessary one. Sleeping is desire, so is walking, so is spring, so is old age [so indeterminacy appears again. We should not confuse deleuzr relationships as the ones established between two actuals, or individuals, which are ‘ordinarily determined’ The conjunction of different parner should be understood as desire Deleuze admires this and sees it as contriving yet improvising, the opposite of plagiarism but also the opposite of a master, lengthy preparation yet no rules].

There is a difference between irony and humour [again discussed in LofS].

Dialogues (Gilles Deleuze) – Wikipedia

This desert is our only identity. These becomings are found in writing itself. This function parent subordinate thought to a conventional image again. It shows artifice, not nature. Everything that becomes is an object of writing, painting or music. Middles are not averages and moderations.

The empiricists think like this. A flight is delirium. Groups and individuals must construct the plane of immanence in order to prevent themselves from being domesticated and restrained: Speed explains charm or style. Charm shows that life is not personal. This does not involve imitation—Ahab does not imitate the whale, and nor Lawrence the tortoise.

Dialogues II – Gilles Deleuze, Claire Parnet – Google Books

Love is in the depth of bodies, but also on that incorporeal surface which engenders it. Schools now feature marketing, aimed at producing newspaper articles or broadcasts, discussions about new books. Account Options Sign in. Dialogues affirms how a new type of revolution is about to become possible. Haecceities are expressed in indefinite articles, proper names that mark events and infinitive verbs. There is no subject nor fixed object of desire.

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We still find author functions, including the notion of the auteur in cinema [would she have used this line as a criticism of Deleuze, I wonder? However, desire must be assembled or machinic, it is related to determinate assemblages. But the same trends are still detectable. This is not reducible to just the one statement.

Cover of the first edition. Psychoanalysis attempts to do this, to replace philosophy, although the apparatuses of power seem more interested in physics, biology and informatics. Why does anorexia often end in self destruction?

This time desire is everything, which makes it a rather pointless concept? To understand these interactions we need to look at pragmatic or diagrammatic processes, mapping lines of flight, showing out some of them fall back into black holes, support a war machine, or develop a work of art, how some are blocked and over coded, and others mutate and liberate.

The idea is to pick up things [ better than the cut up, page 10, which still depends on probabilities rather than chance]. The desert expanded and became more populous, the dilogs of encounters increased, they stopped thinking of themselves as authors, they stole from each other. And it always diminishes the productive and positive role of the unconscious, and sees it as only producing failures or compromises.

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