20 Jan 2011

Entry Directory: Deleuze's Logic Series

Corry Shores
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[May I thank
centralasian at Playing Futures for writing about an entry here and making the neat image creation with one of its logic tables. See this entry for the source of the logic image and its discussion.]

Deleuze's Logic Series, Entry Directory

What does Deleuze's logic got to do with you?

We think of logic as a matter of conceptual coherence. But often times the most meaningful moments of our lives are events that are highly incoherent with the rest of our lives. The value of their meaning derives from logical incoherence, two facts or truths that are incompatible but forced together. Think for example of those moments when we are happy and sad at the same time. So we might find it fruitful to pursue a form of logic that is based on a principle of difference and incoherence rather than a principle of identity and coherence.

Meaning & Difference [Beginning Deleuze Logic Series]

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Fan Your Sexual Crave seam brainpan‏. Some More Beautiful Black Market Poetry

Image credits:
(Thanks centralasian at
Playing Futures)

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