Posts Tagged: philosophy

Deleuze & Spinoza

excerpt on Spinoza’s influence on Deleuze taken from the internet encylopedia of philosophy

Deleuze & Spinoza

excerpt on Spinoza’s influence on Deleuze taken from the internet encylopedia of philosophy

Portrait of Peter Sloterdijk

I was recently commissioned to paint a portrait of Peter Sloterdijk, a contemporary German philosopher, in the “Cage” space of one of my earlier paintings of Michel Foucault. I tried incorporating images and artwork that Sloterdijk uses in his writing

Portrait of Peter Sloterdijk

I was recently commissioned to paint a portrait of Peter Sloterdijk, a contemporary German philosopher, in the “Cage” space of one of my earlier paintings of Michel Foucault. I tried incorporating images and artwork that Sloterdijk uses in his writing

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

Peter Sloterdijk – Neither Sun Nor Death

“To conceive finitude and opening simultaneously: that is the matter at hand.” (190) Neither Sun Nor Death is a collection of interviews between Peter Sloterdijk and Hans-Jurgen Heinrichs. The structure of an interview happens to work incredibly well for a

Peter Sloterdijk – Neither Sun Nor Death

“To conceive finitude and opening simultaneously: that is the matter at hand.” (190) Neither Sun Nor Death is a collection of interviews between Peter Sloterdijk and Hans-Jurgen Heinrichs. The structure of an interview happens to work incredibly well for a

Michel Foucault – the duplicated body – History of Madness

Consequently a madman is not recognized as such because an illness has pushed him to the margins of normality, but because our culture situates him at the meeting point between social decree of confinement and the juridical knowledge that evaluates

Michel Foucault – the duplicated body – History of Madness

Consequently a madman is not recognized as such because an illness has pushed him to the margins of normality, but because our culture situates him at the meeting point between social decree of confinement and the juridical knowledge that evaluates