By Anna Hickey-Moody, Peta Malins
Deleuzian Encounters brings jointly 16 available, thought-provoking essays that study the sensible and moral implications of Deleuze's philosophy for various modern social concerns. themes explored comprise: the surroundings, terrorism, refugees, indigenous reconciliation, gender, suicide, highbrow incapacity, injecting drug use, school room educating and international activism. each one contribution offers sensible examples of the way to use Deleuze's notion in social examine, and gives clean insights into the artistic and leading edge potentials Deleuze's philosophy holds for social suggestion and motion.
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S. Hand (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1988). , pp. 96-97. Some theorists working with the concept of the fold (particularly within architecture, where it has been most popular) have taken it to suggest a need for constructing literal folds in form, and have thus worked to incorporate structural pleats or folds into buildings. Others have mistakenly taken the fold to be a sign of 'good'ness: as though a space that is 'folded' is better than one that is not. Yet all spaces produce folds and are folded.
P. 315. Deleuze, G. The Fold: Leibniz and the Baroque (French: 1988) Trans. T. Conley (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1993). Deleuze, G. Foucault (French: 1986) Trans. S. Hand (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1988). , pp. 96-97. Some theorists working with the concept of the fold (particularly within architecture, where it has been most popular) have taken it to suggest a need for constructing literal folds in form, and have thus worked to incorporate structural pleats or folds into buildings.
Also see Braudel, F. The Mediterranean in the Ancient World, Trans: S. Reynolds (London: Penguin, 2002). The innovation of the Greek world, which Braudel compares to that of the great Italian market cities of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, unleashed a sphere of 'commerce' that encompassed not only goods but, also, ideas. Fernand Braudel once observed, 'It was then that the network of Greek cities, both ancient and modern, really "went live"', p. 216. 14. Deleuze, G. & Guattari, F. , op.