Ecosophical aesthetics : art, ethics and ecology with GuattariPublisher: London : Bloomsbury Academic, 2018Copyright date: ©2018Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 292 pages)ISBN:
- B2430.G784 E26 2018
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction; Part One Therapy/Care/Affect/Poetics: Towards an Ecosophical Ethics; 1 Schizosemiotic Apprenticeship: Guattari's Gift to Contemporary Clinical Practice; Multisystemic intervention; The happy prisoner; Dispersion of symptoms; Plan N; Plan AN; References; 2 'An inside that lies deeper than any internal world': On the Ecosophical Significance of Affect; Introduction; Affective encounters with nonhuman animals; Individuals as intrinsic modalities of being.
Affection as the mode of interiority; Conclusion: affect and becoming-animal; Bibliography; 3 Care of the Wild: A Primer; Five Principles; Why care?; Evolution of care; Interlude; Does psychoanalysis care?; Enacting care; Notes; References; 4 Audubon in Bondage: Extinct Botanicals and Invasive Species; 5 From 'Shipwreck of the Singular' to Post-media Poetics: Pierre Joris's Meditations on the Stations of Mansur Al-Hallaj as Processual Praxis; Preface to an encounter; Processual subjectivity; Processual praxis; Modular crystallizations; Polyphonic fabulous images; Existential operators.
Part three: in the suburbs of schizotopia (ephemera); Pleromatic intensities and the sisters of Tyche; Notes; References.; 11 The Transversalization of Wildness: Queer Desires and Nonhuman Becomings in Djuna Barnes's Nightwood; Reconfiguring wildness: towards a feminist ecosophical aesthetics; Robin's perspectival wildness; Becoming-Animal and the queering of desire; An ecosophical extrapolation from wildness; References; 12 Doing Something Close to Nothing: Marina Abramović's War Machine; Note; References; Index.
"Inspired by the ecosophical writings of Felix Guattari, this book explores the many ways that aesthetics--in the forms of visual art, film, sculpture, painting, literature, and the screenplay--can act as catalysts, allowing us to see the world differently, beyond traditional modes of representation. This is in direct parallel to Guattari's own attempt to break down the 19th century Kantian dialectic between man, art, and world, in favour of a non-hierarchical, transversal approach, to produce a more ethical and ecologically sensitive world view. Each chapter author analyses artworks which critique capitalism's industrial devastation of the environment, while at the same time offering affirmative, imaginative futures suggested by art. Including contributions from philosophers, film theorists and artists, this book asks: How can we interact with the world in a non-dominant and non-destructive way? How can art catalyze new ethical relations with non-human entities and the environment? And, crucially, what part can philosophy play in rethinking these structures of interaction?"--Bloomsbury Publishing
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