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Deleuze & Music - Personal Experience

After joining to become a Jesuit, we had a 2 year period called novitiate. I spent those years in Belgaum and we were almost 24 of us in my first year. 810 more words

Charles William Johns: Tautological Assimilation (Part Two)

In this informal chat Johns continues his thoughts on the threefold of experience (Heidegger) and the constant conflicts of concepts which create productive difference (Hegel’s dialectic). 50 more words


Charles Johns - Neurosis and Assimilation (Part One)

In this informal chat Charles Johns, editor of The Neurotic Turn, tries to describe his two philosophical terms ‘neurosis’ and ‘assimilation’. He also tries to explain why he thinks these descriptions become necessarily disclosed and why they are necessarily prevalent in our current epoch (for example the exclusion of the definition of neurosis in the 1980’s within the D.S.M created a repressed symptom, or, the uprise of mass-conformism and iphone narcissism shows a larger more acceptable state of neurosis etc).


Chaos & Order

As I continue reading the book, “How One Might live” by Todd May, I came across another phrase, which is Deleuzian. It goes like this, … 307 more words

3 styles of living

I am reading a book called ‘How One Might Live’ by Todd May. It is not a self-help or spirituality based book, but a book on the philosophy of Gilles Deleuze. 306 more words


“Man can think in the sense that he possesses the possibility to do so. This possibility alone, however, is no guarantee to us that we are capable of thinking.” 696 more words


The philosophy of Byung-Chul Han

The French philosopher Gilles Deleuze once said: “There is no need to fear or hope, but only to look for new weapons.”

‘Weapons’ may give us the wrong associations, but what he refers to are concepts that, like a brick, can be used to destroy what is hindering the growth of our lives, and at the same time, help us build or create something sustainable. 87 more words