06:00:40 pm on noviembre 17, 2010 |
Delanda a great deleuzian? you must be joking. To my mind, he is not even deleuzian and still, he uses deleuze to polish his anti-guattarian objectivistic view. I have some respect to Massumi, but as i have said once, he massumes too much
Deleuzians that go not far from the deleuzo-guattarian academic surface are those that seem to leave him while they find the love Deleuze prompted to his influences: Spinoza, Nietzsche, Foucault, Guattari, Bergson etc (or to his concepts) because of that love, they seem to be tempted to walk the deleuzian path, so they tend to trace and follow the discoursive traditions that influenced Deleuze etc etc.
To be deleuzian is needed to be nietzschean and spinozian, foucaultian and guattarian at the time, at least, because this are the mayor influences, they great friends of Deleuze. Of these there are only a few. But there are a lot of deleuzians that have not an idea of what they should do with those influences they have never read and that horrorize their prude unruptured views.
The forms of ejection that you mention are meant to be as long as the readers are fond or not regards to deleuzian influences. This is not leaving him, this is just loving him from the spinozian way to knowledge.
- Comentado por Naxos en:
- The Pox of Deleuzo-Guattarianism
- 17 noviembre 2010 459pm