Deleuze Guattari and the Problem of Transdisciplinarity

Deleuze  Guattari  and the Problem of Transdisciplinarity

The first volume in English specifically devoted to examining Deleuze and Guattari's work using this framework, this book both contributes to the field of critical transdisciplinarity studies and in doing so helps shed light on the heart of ...

Author: Guillaume Collett

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781350071568

Category: Philosophy

Page: 280

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Deleuze and Guattari's work has today become ubiquitous in the humanities and social sciences, being regularly drawn on by a vast array of subjects. Throughout their careers, Deleuze and Guattari also engaged with a myriad of disciplines; yet they declared themselves that “Philosophy is not interdisciplinary”. This apparent contradiction has rarely been explicitly confronted by scholars. Fortunately, however, Deleuze and Guattari left us a number of clues in their works signaling how to approach this apparent impasse. These clues amount to a complex and penetrating, if un-unified, theory of disciplinarity and cross-disciplinary articulation. Energized by recent developments in critical transdisciplinarity studies, this volume analyzes and evaluates instances of disciplinarity and transdisciplinarity within Deleuze and Guattari's shared and respective bodies of work. The first volume in English specifically devoted to examining Deleuze and Guattari's work using this framework, this book both contributes to the field of critical transdisciplinarity studies and in doing so helps shed light on the heart of Deleuze and Guattari's intellectual project.
Categories: Philosophy

Aberrant Nuptials

Aberrant Nuptials

Moreover, as Deleuze and Guattari wrote “even science has a relation with a nonscience that echoes its effects” (1994, ... see the forthcoming book edited by Guillaume Collet (Deleuze, Guattari, and the Problem of Transdisciplinarity, ...

Author: Paulo de Assis

Publisher: Leuven University Press

ISBN: 9789462702028

Category: Music

Page: 480

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Unique focus on the relation between artistic research and the philosophy of Gilles Deleuze Aberrant Nuptials explores the diversity and richness of the interactions between artistic research and Deleuze studies. “Aberrant nuptials” is the expression Gilles Deleuze uses to refer to productive encounters between systems characterised by fundamental difference. More than imitation, representation, or reproduction, these encounters foster creative flows of energy, generating new material configurations and intensive experiences. Within different understandings of artistic research, the contributors to this book—architects, composers, film-makers, painters, performers, philosophers, sculptors, and writers—map current practices at the intersection between music, art, and philosophy, contributing to an expansion of horizons and methodologies. Written by established Deleuze scholars who have been working on interferences between art and philosophy, and by musicians and artists who have been reflecting Deleuzian and Post-Deleuzian discourses in their artworks, this volume reflects the current relevance of artistic research and Deleuze studies for the arts.
Categories: Music

Deleuze and Ethology

Deleuze and Ethology

Also Available from Bloomsbury Deleuze, Guattari, and the Problem of Transdisciplinarity, ed. Guillaume Collett Deleuze and Guattari: Selected Writings, Kenneth Surin Deleuze and the Schizoanalysis of Feminism, ed.

Author: Jason Cullen

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781350133808

Category: Philosophy

Page: 216

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Ethology, or, how animals relate to their environments is currently enjoying increased academic attention. A prominent figure in this scholarship is Gilles Deleuze and yet, the significance of his relational metaphysics to ethology has still not been scrutinised. Jason Cullen's book is the first text to analyse Deleuze's philosophical ethology and he prioritises the theorist's examination of how beings relate to each other. For Cullen, Deleuze's Cinema books are integral to this investigation and he highlights how they expose a key Deleuzian theme: that beings are fundamentally continuous with each other. In light of this continuity then, Cullen reveals that how beings understand each other shapes them and allows them to transform their shared worlds.
Categories: Philosophy

The Logic of Gilles Deleuze

The Logic of Gilles Deleuze

Also Available at Bloomsbury Deleuze and Ethology: A Philosophy of Entangled Life, Jason Cullen Deleuze and Guattari: Selected Writings, Kenneth Surin Deleuze, Guattari, and the Problem of Transdisciplinarity, ed.

Author: Corry Shores

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781350062276

Category: Philosophy

Page: 312

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French philosopher Gilles Deleuze wrote two 'logic' books: Francis Bacon: The Logic of Sensation and The Logic of Sense. However, in neither of these books nor in any other works does Deleuze articulate in a formal way the features of the logic he employs. He certainly does not use classical logic. And the best options for the non-classical logic that he may be implementing are: fuzzy, intuitionist, and many-valued. These are applicable to his concepts of heterogeneous composition and becoming, affirmative synthetic disjunction, and powers of the false. In The Logic of Gilles Deleuze: Basic Principles, Corry Shores examines the applicability of three non-classical logics to Deleuze's philosophy, by building from the philosophical and logical writings of Graham Priest, the world's leading proponent of dialetheism. Through so doing, Shores argues that Deleuze's logic is best understood as a dialetheic, paraconsistent, many-valued logic.
Categories: Philosophy

Assemblage Theory and Method

Assemblage Theory and Method

ALSO AVAILABLE AT BLOOMSBURY Deleuze, Guattari, and the Problem of Transdisciplinarity, Guillaume Collett Deleuze and Guattari: Selected Writings, Kenneth Surin Deleuze and Guattari's 'Anti-Oedipus': A Reader's Guide, Ian Buchanan ...

Author: Ian Buchanan

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781350015562

Category: Philosophy

Page: 192

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What do we mean by 'assemblage' in contemporary theory? The constant and seemingly limitless expansion of the concept's range of applications begs the question, if any and every kind of collection of things is an assemblage, then what advantage is there is in using this term and not some other term, or indeed no term at all? What makes an assemblage an assemblage, and not some other kind of collection of things? This book advances beyond this impasse and offers practical help in thinking about and using assemblage theory for contemporary cultural and social research, in order to: - Answer the question: what is an assemblage? - Explain why assemblage theory is necessary - Provide clear instructions on how to use assemblage theory Ian Buchanan maps the beginnings of a brand new field within the humanities.
Categories: Philosophy

Thinking the Problematic

Thinking the Problematic

Carnap, Rudolf (2005 [1928]): Scheinprobleme in der Philosophie und andere metaphysikkritische Schriften, Hamburg: Meiner Felix. ... (2019): Deleuze, Guattari, and the Problem of Transdisciplinarity, London: Bloomsbury Publishing.

Author: Oliver Leistert

Publisher: transcript Verlag

ISBN: 9783839446409

Category: Philosophy

Page: 200

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The notion of »the problematic« has changed its meaning within the history of power and knowledge since the early 20th century, leading up to today's performative, neocybernetic fascination with generalized management ideas and technocratic models of science. This book explores central scenes, conceptual elaborations, and practical affiliations of what historically has been called »the problem« or »the problematic«. By way of considering modes of problematization as modes of inhabitation, intervention, and transformation the contributions map its current conceptual-political uses as well as onto-epistemological challenges. Thus, »problematization« is positioned as a critical concept that links, often in intricate ways, several currents from speculative philosophy to the formation of interdisciplinary fields. The »problematic«, as it turns out, has been the source of change in philosophy and the sciences all along.
Categories: Philosophy

Cinematic Art and Reversals of Power

Cinematic Art and Reversals of Power

... Bloomsbury The Deleuze and Guattari Dictionary , Eugene Brent Young Deleuze and the Gynesis of Horror: From Monstrous Births to the Birth of the Monster , Sunny Hawkins Deleuze, Guattari, and the Problem of Transdisciplinarity , ed.

Author: Eugene B. Young

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781350176102

Category: Art

Page: 344

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Bringing together Deleuze, Blanchot, and Foucault, this book provides a detailed and original exploration of the ideas that influenced Deleuze's thought leading up to and throughout his cinema volumes and, as a result, proposes a new definition of art. Examining Blanchot's suggestion that art and dream are “outside” of power, as imagination has neither reality nor truth, and Foucault's theory that power forms knowledge by valuing life, Eugene Brent Young relates these to both Deleuze's philosophy of time and his work with Guattari on art. In doing so, he uses case studies from literature and popular film, including Kafka's Castle, Villeneuve's Arrival, and Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut. Providing important new insights for those working in literary and cinematic studies, this book advances a new definition of art as that which reverses the realities and truths of power to express obscure ideas and values beyond both our exterior and interior worlds.
Categories: Art

The Double Binds of Neoliberalism

The Double Binds of Neoliberalism

... Psychoanalysis of Sense: Deleuze and the Lacanian School (2016), and the editor of Deleuze, Guattari, and the Problem of Transdisciplinarity (2019). He has edited two special issues and previously coedited the journal La Deleuziana.

Author: Iain MacKenzie

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781538154540


Page: 208

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An interdisciplinary examination of the legacies of the global 1968 uprisings from the vantage point of the current crisis of neoliberal hegemony.

Transdisciplinarity Revealed What Librarians Need to Know

Transdisciplinarity Revealed  What Librarians Need to Know

These pedagogies also support the development of skills that are essential for transdisciplinary problem solving such ... by Dave Cormier (2008) who was inspired by the concept of the rhizome, first posited by Deleuze and Guattari in A ...

Author: Victoria Martin

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9781440843488

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 211

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An invaluable book on the emergent field of transdisciplinarity that explains how it applies to library service and collections conceptually and identifies practical strategies for supporting transdisciplinary research conducted by faculty and students. • Tackles the hot topics of new modes of knowledge production and the shift toward transdisciplinarity within the research community and explains the urgent need for librarians to understand transdisciplinarity and to effectively apply this concept to their work • Supplies practical, pragmatic advice for academic librarians on how to work with faculty and students to promote the skills necessary for successful transdisciplinary research • Clarifies the differences between multi-, inter-, and transdisciplinary approaches to research—key distinctions that are often subject to confusion • Collects disparate information on transdisciplinary, transformative research approaches and the library- and librarian-facing implications of transdisciplinarity in a single source • Offers an extensive bibliography of resources for further exploration of this topic
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Transdisciplinary Professional Learning and Practice

Transdisciplinary Professional Learning and Practice

Deleuze and Guattari, in their attempt to offer a metaphor for the way in which meaning might be constructed of our world, select the subterranean idea of 'rhizomes' to provide metaphor. This has an ideal imagery of connectivity, ...

Author: Paul Gibbs

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319115900

Category: Education

Page: 212

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This book presents thinking about and through transdisciplinary and professional development as an educative process. Rather than focusing on the delineation of the approaches offered, an analysis of these contributions points to commonality in those problems that benefit from a transdisciplinary perspective. The core elements of transdisciplinarity can lead to what might be called metanoia - another way of knowing; a knowing which is ‘beyond that which is creative and transformative. This poses challenges for the practice of all professionals and is the core issue that this book addresses. The book brings together the constituting views of transdisciplinarity, or metanoia, and focus them on current professional practice.​ The book is structured in two parts and five sections. The first part deals with key issues in Transdisciplinarity; its actuality and how it creates knowledge. Section 1 has three original papers which look at Transdisciplinarity from a different lens. Especially, the Islamic voice has not been heard in this context before. Section 2 considers the knowledge aspect of Transdisciplinarity and how this might be confronted with existing disciplinary knowledge. Part 2 of the book is directly focused on professionals and their education. The third section considers research pedagogy and graduate education for the professional. This is followed in section 4 which offers a discussion on team work. In the final section six chapters present the transdisciplinary practitioner in different contexts.
Categories: Education