I have been in Chicago the last few days, attending the annual meeting of SPEP (The Society for Phenomenological and Existential Philosophy). I gave a paper this afternoon as part of a panel on “Deleuze’s Aesthetics.” The talk will probably never be published as an article, since it is basically a patchwork, cobbled together from various passages taken from several chapters of my in-progress book on Kant, Whitehead, and Deleuze. But for what it’s worth, I am posting it here (pdf).
4 thoughts on “Deleuze’s Aesthetics”
I attended your paper on Deleuze and however “fragmented” it may have been, the task of clarifing the Kant/Deleuze debate is not only admirable, but I believe (and I sense you do as well) provides resources for utilizing Deleuze in new ways. So… thanks.
Just don’t read so fast.
I also attended your paper at SPEP and very much enjoyed listening to the presentation. Even though it seemed a bit difficult to address fully everyone’s questions off-the-cuff, I found the discussion section very interesting and engaging.
have you seen Dan Smith’s intro to the new ed of _Francis Bacon_?
To what extent does Deleuzian aesthetics depend on Klossowski?