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Deleuze and Nietzsche’s Types: Questions About Deleuze’s Nietzsche & Philosophy by Levi R. Bryant

[caption id="attachment_9132" align="alignnone" width="221"] Nietzsche[/caption] Questions About Deleuze’s Nietzsche & Philosophy by Levi R. Bryant A short post as I attempt to get myself back into the habit of writing…

An Enchanting Abundance of Types: Nietzsche’s Modest Unity of Virtue Thesis by Mark Alfano

[caption id="attachment_9132" align="alignnone" width="221"] Nietzsche[/caption] An Enchanting Abundance of Types: Nietzsche’s Modest Unity of Virtue Thesis by Mark Alfano http://alfanos.org/Blog/?p=400 Posted on 11 October 2013 (This is a conference paper I…

Intuition as a Method in Philosophy

Intuition as a Method in Philosophy by Adrian Lessegers In Chapter 1 of his book entitled Bergsonism, Deleuze emphasized that intuition is a method of ‘precision’ that follows a set of…

Stiegler’s Memory, 1: The Problem With Husserl

The Problem With Husserl Matt Bluemink To French philosopher Bernard Stiegler, the outer objects that human beings create can be looked at exteriorisations of consciousness; tools and the techniques we…

From Sage to Simulacrum: Sri Aurobindo a Photographic Essay ….rc

From Sage to Simulacrum: Sri Aurobindo a Photographic Essay R. Carlson   The photograph is literally an emanation of the referent. From a real body, which was there, proceed rations,…