By John Protevi
A deep exploration of the various chances inherent in linking Gilles Deleuze’s philosophy to modern technological know-how, John Protevi’s Life, conflict, Earth demonstrates how Deleuze’s ontology of the digital, in depth, and real can improve our knowing of significant matters in cognitive technological know-how, biology, and geography. Protevi illustrates how a Deleuzian procedure can remove darkness from a variety of issues and topics, together with historic and modern war, human individuation techniques, the “granularity problem,” panpsychism, the E. coli bacterium, the assassination try on U.S. consultant Gabrielle Giffords, and the affective dimensions of the Occupy movement.
Frequently bold yet constantly rooted within the empirical, Life, warfare, Earth exhibits how the social and the somatic usually are not against one another yet are interwoven on 3 time scales—the evolutionary, the developmental, and the behavioral—and on 3 political scales—the geopolitical, the bio-neuro-political, and the technopolitical.
Deeply attuned to the internalities of the concept of Deleuze, the publication deals a distinct examining of his corpus and an invaluable technique for using Deleuzian recommendations to the normal sciences, the social sciences, political phenomena, and modern events.
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