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Actas del Coloquio Internacional 50 años de Lire le Capital

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Book Series: Trabajos, comunicaciones y conferencias ISBN: 9789503414910 Year: Volume: 29 Language: Spanish
Publisher: Universidad Nacional de La Plata. Facultad de Humanidades y Ciencias de la Educación
Subject: Philosophy
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El volumen recoge los trabajos presentados en el Coloquio internacional: 50 años de Lire le Capital celebrado en Buenos Aires del 28 al 30 de octubre de 2015. El evento fue organizado por la Red Latinoamericana de Estudios Althusserianos (RELEA), Associazione Louis Althusser (Italia), las revistas Demarcaciones. Revista latinoamericana de estudios althusserianos y Décalages. An Althusser Studies Journal, contando con el aval de la Universidad de Buenos Aires, de la Universidad Nacional de la Plata, de la Universidad de Chile y de la Universita degli Studi Milano-Bicocca. El evento contó con un “Subsidio para reuniones científicas 2015” (por concurso abierto a nivel nacional) de la Agencia nacional de promoción científica y tecnológica, (ANPCyT).

Of Learned Ignorance: Idea of a Treatise in Philosophy

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ISBN: 9780615822549 Year: Pages: 58 DOI: 10.21983/P3.0031.1.00 Language: English
Publisher: punctum books
Subject: Philosophy
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What is a problem? What’s asked in that question, and how does one even begin to take its measure? How else could one begin, except as one does with any other problem—by way of its impulsion. Of Learned Ignorance: Idea of a Treatise in Philosophy is about philosophy because philosophy is about problems: philosophy, in a word, is where problems become a problem. After Anti-Oedipus, in the Kafka book and in A Thousand Plateaus, what Deleuze and Guattari counsel, strikingly, is sobriety. Sobriety is what they praise in Kafka. And it is sobriety that seems above all else to be necessary here. (Steven Shaviro has pointed out the prominence of structure in Deleuze’s writing: “even when Deleuze’s prose, by himself or with Guattari, seems to be ranging anarchically all over the place, in fact it has a rigid and unvarying architecture, which is what keeps it from falling apart.”) Of Learned Ignorance is a dead letter because it names a problem. It’s a dead letter because it is, cautiously, a love letter. It’s a dead letter because it lovingly stages an experiment in whimsy, and perhaps above all, because it is problematic (in the Kantian sense): It is a (sober) attempt at exemplifying what it talks about — and what eludes it: A series of footnotes, with blank (transcriptive) pages above, effects something like the integration of a differential, the reciprocal determination where the sources enter into in relation to one another in order to produce a paper, essay, or (inexistent) (chap)book. Of Learned Ignorance, in facing down a problem, makes a wager; it courts failure; it puts it all on the line. All, yes, for love — a kind of love … (of wisdom?)

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