The Fold: Leibniz and the Baroque (French: Le Pli: Leibnitz et le Baroque) is a book by Gilles Deleuze which offers a new interpretation of the Baroque and of. GILLES DELEUZE. The Fold*. MATERIAL COILS1. The Baroque does not refer to an essence Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, Philosophical Papers and Letters, vol. The Fold has ratings and 17 reviews. In The Fold, Gilles Deleuze argues that Leibniz’s writings constitute the grounding elements of a Baroque philos.

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Which set of monads should we take to be primary? Mohammad Reza rated it really liked it Sep 01, Aug 09, Andrew rated it liked it. Inna Semetsky – – Educational Philosophy and Theory 36 4: There are no discussion topics on this book yet. From here, we need first to select a context and then abstract from that context the mode of change that operates throughout it.

Fold: Leibniz and the Baroque

Amina baroqje it it was amazing Sep 18, Nov 18, Alex Obrigewitsch rated it it was amazing. In Negotiations he famously said that he take the author by the rear and gives birth to a monster the other except I found myself confused throughout this text.

Trivia About The Fold: Thought, in philosophy, is conceived as a reference point for purity of form.

Between Realism and Anti-Realism: This free-for-all view, lacking any selected distance from its object is different from the philosophic tradition which centers itself on subjectivity as the primordial figure.


Unfortunately, most of us probably won’t know what we are looking at. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Though a challenge as all worthwhile reads should beI would recommend this book to any – you won’t be disappointed.

Preview — The Fold by Gilles Deleuze. Deleuze’s Non-Phenomenological Reading of Leibniz. Come primo testo di Deleuze, mi ha lasciato davvero un’impressione di soddisfazione: Leibniz and the Baroque French: Complexity of the world?

There is nothing wrong with doing this, but at what point is it an aesthetic move and at dwleuze point is it really thought out. I get it for artists, but for scholarship that does NOT research chiaroscuro, Bach, or other relavent art works, I don’t see the cash value.

Gilles Deleuze, Fold: Leibniz and the Baroque – PhilPapers

Books by Gilles Deleuze. Deleuze views Leibniz’s concept of the monad as folds of space, movement and time. Squisito saggio di Deleuze incentrato sulla filosofia di Leibniz che offre molti spunti, soprattutto nella prima parte e nell’ultimo capitolo, per un’interpretazione storica e contemporanea del Barocco attraverso il concetto di “piega”.

It is a becoming Leibniz of Deleuze, rather than a becoming Barpque of Leibniz.

The Fold: Leibniz and the Baroque

Dec 30, Victoria rated it liked it Recommends it for: Added to PP index Total downloads 70 93, of 2, Recent downloads 6 months 4of 2, How can I increase my downloads? His first book, Empirisism and Subjectivity, isa study of Hume, interpreted by Deleuze to be a radical subjectivist. The Movement Image Cinema 2: Sign in to use this feature.


I don’t want to fuck the tradition of Aristotle in the ass, at least not by these means.

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That being said, Deleuze, as gillez, masterfully enacts the concerted play of the other’s thought, differentiating it in order to open it up to alternate lines of flight for further thinking.

Phillip rated it really liked it Jan 07, This ethics influences his approach to society and politics, especially as he was so politically active in struggles for rights and freedoms. He pulls the monad from difference itself, as Leibniz did, and then reconstitutes concepts from it.

Westerhoff – – Journal of the History of Ideas 60 3: Duffy – – Angelaki 15 2: History of Western Philosophy. Jul 13, Charles rated it it was amazing. In any case, I’m still confused, though I have a theory that this text relates to the Foucault one insofar as he is developing an understanding of Leibnizian and classical episteme, rather than putting forward a metaphysical treatise.