Rosi Braidotti Þ 2 SummaryAccording to Gilles Deleuze 1925 1995 philosophy is not for the privileged few
or the specialized ones it is an activity that appeals to anyone whothe specialized ones it is an activity that appeals to anyone who attuned to the desire for the ethical life Inspired by Spinoza’s concepts of desire and freedom Deleuze’s ethical life is a life that aims at experimenting with sustainable ways of coping with the earth with society with the long term struggles and experimenting with sustainable ways of coping with the earth with society with the long term struggles and crisis that matter to us allAn ethical life defines thinking as the inventionintervention of new concepts and takes the isk of working with them in the eal world This book has been written in this spirit of free explorations of intensities It explores the entanglements between art activism and life in the service of
TRAINING US TO LIVE ETHICALLY CONTRARYus to live ethically Contrary morality which is the implementation of socially. Accepted ules and egulations
ethics euires an analysis of the power elationsreuires an analysis of the power elations structure our interaction as elational subjects in order to enable us to deal with themThe original contributions presented in this volume aim to set these ideas to work in contemporary practices exploring the ways in which Deleuze’s thought continues to be elevant at the start of the 21st century As a product of the “Deleuze Circle” an open collaboration between academics situated in the Low Countries started in 2008 the chapters in
book contribute to ongoing conversations on how to live the ethical life today in academia in art but above all in our multiple ecologies of belongingtable of contentsrosi braidotti multiple ecologies of belongingTable of contentsRosi Braidotti Rick Dolphijn Introduction Deleuze’s Philosophy and the Art of Life Or What does Pussy Riot KnowAnn. Eke Smelik Fashioning the Fold BecomingsAndrej RadmanThis Book Contribute To
sensibility is ground zero on inclusive disjunction andis Ground Zero On Disjunction and of DefatalizationSjoerd van Tuinen Populism and Grandeur From Marx to ArafatJoeri Visser The Healing Practices of Language Artaud and Deleuze on Flesh Mind and ExpressionFrans Willem Korsten Humile Art Enhancing the Body’s Powers to Act – or Bringing Art back Down to EarthAgnieszka Wołodźko Materiality of Affect How Art can Reveal the Subtle Realities of an EncounterRick Dolphijn The Revelation of a World that was Always Already There The Creative Act as an OccupationJay Hetrick The Ethico Aesthetics of the FigureTom Idema Thinking ‘a Life’ Nomadism as a Challenge for Post GenomicsHenk Oosterling Mesopolitical Interests Life’ Nomadism as a Challenge for Post GenomicsHenk Oosterling Mesopolitical Interests Skillcity as Rhizomatic Ecosophical Reflactive Event.