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June 23, 2005
"Deleuze seeks to undermine the idea of knowledge that is implied in the transcendental model of modern metaphysics, which, he argues, is a model and form of recognition (between self and world, or subject and object, and self and other." Ansell Pearson, Germinal Life p.89
…to a 'superior empiricism' of "something in the world forcing us to think" .
"The overman exceeds established philosophical modes of recognition and the reduction of becomings in the world to perceptual and affective cliches." (KAP p.89)
…referring back to Bergson's critique of natural perception
As i wrote earlier of the helper concept "creativity":
"Deleuze moves the focus away from recognizing what Is to the question of 'how can we create?'"
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