Posts Tagged: knowledge

God, Man, And His Well-Being

treastise written for friends between 1660-1662, never published, ideas later reworked in geometrical form.

God, Man, And His Well-Being

treastise written for friends between 1660-1662, never published, ideas later reworked in geometrical form.

Deleuze & Nietzsche – discovering, inventing, new possibilities of life

Life as the active force of thought – an excerpt from Gilles Deleuze’s book Nietzsche & Philosophy.

Deleuze & Nietzsche – discovering, inventing, new possibilities of life

Life as the active force of thought – an excerpt from Gilles Deleuze’s book Nietzsche & Philosophy.

Michel Foucault – The Archaeology of Knowledge – part III

Michel Foucault The Archaeology of Knowledge PART III The Statement and the Archive  This post is a continuation of an exercise with The Archaeology of Knowledge, by Michel Foucault. A previous post addressed part I-II of the book, Archaeology of

Michel Foucault – The Archaeology of Knowledge – part III

Michel Foucault The Archaeology of Knowledge PART III The Statement and the Archive  This post is a continuation of an exercise with The Archaeology of Knowledge, by Michel Foucault. A previous post addressed part I-II of the book, Archaeology of

The Order of Things – Michel Foucault

“And so, for knowledge, the being of things is an illusion, a veil that must be torn aside in order to reveal the mute and invisible violence that is devouring them in the darkness.” (303 The Order of Things Foucault)

The Order of Things – Michel Foucault

“And so, for knowledge, the being of things is an illusion, a veil that must be torn aside in order to reveal the mute and invisible violence that is devouring them in the darkness.” (303 The Order of Things Foucault)

Instincts and Institutions – Gilles Deleuze

“What we call an instinct and what we call and institution essentially designate procedures of satisfaction.” (19 Deleuze) In one way, an organism operates by instinct; it reacts to external stimuli and outside forces. The organism extracts from the external

Instincts and Institutions – Gilles Deleuze

“What we call an instinct and what we call and institution essentially designate procedures of satisfaction.” (19 Deleuze) In one way, an organism operates by instinct; it reacts to external stimuli and outside forces. The organism extracts from the external

Michel Foucault – critical consciousness/tragic experience – History of Madness

“For madness unleashes its fury in the space of pure vision. Fantasies and threats, the fleeting fragments of dreams and the secret destiny of the world, where madness has a primitive, prophetic force, revealing that the dream-like is real and

Michel Foucault – critical consciousness/tragic experience – History of Madness

“For madness unleashes its fury in the space of pure vision. Fantasies and threats, the fleeting fragments of dreams and the secret destiny of the world, where madness has a primitive, prophetic force, revealing that the dream-like is real and