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Deleuzian Aesthetics / Esthétiques deleuziennes


Edited by Joost de Bloois, Sjef Houppermans and Frans-Willem Korsten

A bilingual collection of essays on the aesthetics of Gilles Deleuze, Discern(e)ments highlights what is at stake in Deleuzian philosophy of art. It traces the reception of Deleuzian thought in a broad range of disciplines and gauges its use-value in each of them. Following the dynamics between structure and becoming that punctuates Deleuzian aesthetics, Discern(e)ments sketches and erases boundaries between methods and traditions in philosophy and art theory, as well as in literary, performance and film studies. Offering both numerous case-studies as well as theoretical outlines, Discern(e)ments engages faculties, disciplines and criticisms not in a mere exchange of points of view, but in heterogenesis mapping out further discernments in Deleuzian aesthetics.

Giovanni Bennardo, Sieghard Beller and Andrea Bender

, irrespective of whether they are in the past or future. Relating events sym- metrically with regard to the subjective present is not compatible with a gen- eral ME or MT perspective to time. Accordingly, a different and more comprehensive approach to the conceptualization of temporal relations is required

Hila Keren, Hila Keren, Michal Fux, Hila Keren, Michal Fux, Joel Mort, Hila Keren, Michal Fux, Joel Mort, E. Thomas Lawson, Hila Keren, Michal Fux, Joel Mort, E. Thomas Lawson and David Eilam

such as subjective observations, questionnaires and intuitive semantic conclusions. Consequently, the arguments that rituals are comprised of a relatively rigid set of acts and that some of these acts seem causally-opaque or goal-demoted (Schoejdt et al., 2013 ), are subjective based on very few

Alfred Mele

of these cases, the badness at issue is moral badness. JOCC_6,1-2_276-290 4/4/06 7:49 PM Page 280 FOLK CONCEPT OF INTENTIONAL ACTION 281 6 Although I formulate S4 in terms of the agent’s subjective probability, formulations in alternative terms are possible, as I explain shortly. 7 In


Gerhard Wagner

Psychophysical Causation As Kries’s example of the coachman and Menger’s example of exchange show, their concepts can also be used to explain actions causally. Accordingly, Weber made action an object of sociology. For him, ‘action’ is a ‘human behaviour’ if the actor associates a ‘subjective meaning ’ with it

Don Dedrick, David Bimler, Kimberly Jameson and Debi Roberson

error” slippage that truly occurs in the four articles Kue- hni critiques is not excessive (nor abnormal) for the research area. As a general matter, however, the present authors agree with Kuehni’s suggestion that it is philosophically correct to keep the constructs of subjective internal experiences

objectivity, and does not make everything subjective or relative. Of course, every observer has a subjective point of view, but Haugeland argues that the rules observers follow when interacting with the world in which they are embedded include elements that generate a kind of independence or objectivity. This

William Hayward, Elizabeth Pellicano, Xiaolan Fu, Vance Locke and Guomei Zhou

use of analogue scales in rating subjective feelings. British Journal of Medical Psychology 47, 211-218. C HIU , R.K. & K OSINSKI , F.A. 1994 Is Chinese conflict-handling behavior influenced by Chinese values? Social Behavior and Personality 22, 81-90. D EBARY , W.T., C HAN , W.T. & W ATSON , B. 1960

Roy D'Andrade

and literary – Geertz’s turn from Parsons to Ricouer. Sousa describes this shift in agenda, including the move to ques- tioning all foundations of knowledge, from generalization to localism, from an objective to a subjective stance, from universalistic to relativistic evalu- ation, and from the ideal

Politics of Art

The Creation Society and the Practice of Theoretical Struggle in Revolutionary China


Zhiguang Yin

In Politics of Art Zhiguang Yin investigates members of the Creation Society and their social network while in Japan. The study contextualises the Chinese left-wing intellectual movements and their political engagements in relation with the early 20th century international political events and trends in both East Asia and Europe.

The Creation Society was largely viewed as a subject of literary studies. This research, however, evaluates these intellectuals in the context of Chinese revolution and elaborates their theoretical contribution to the Chinese Communist Party’s practice of “theoretical struggle” as a main driving force of ideological construction. As this study tries to demonstrate, theoretical struggle drives the ideological politics forward while maintaining its political vigour.