Posts Tagged: philosophy

Aristotle, Metaphysics book IV.

Excerpts from Book IV. Sections V-VII.

Aristotle, Metaphysics book IV.

Excerpts from Book IV. Sections V-VII.

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