hwenk at web.de
Thu Jan 6 14:23:57 PST 2005
there is a short mentioning of aging in Mille Plateaux page 187:
"Find your body sans organs, find out how to fabricate it, that is a
question if life and death, of
youth and a g e, of pitty and joy."
Of course this is the systematic place, aging as a effect of the body
without organs especially
in relation with empty and cancerous ones and of cours with the organism.
I think this is no more
than a hint, unfourtunatly like often in this book.
Personally there is also a interview with DEleuze, I don't remember
where, before the writing of "What is Philosophy",
where Deleuze announced a work treating natural philosophy as a good task
for his old age.
But this has never been written, instead canme "What is philosophy".
Am Thu, 6 Jan 2005 03:34:42 -0800 schrieb Sylvie Ruelle
<sylvieruelle at earthlink.net>:
> also being drawn toward Foucault with the subject of aging
> On Jan 6, 2005, at 2:05 AM, Dascalu Ioana wrote:
>> i'm thinking about a dg text...hm, all that occurs to
>> me would be a reference to Aristotle's treatise
>> "Rhetorics" (Book 3 if i'm right) which depicts the
>> similitudes between youth and the old age; then
>> Cicero's "De senectute". Both philosophers explain
>> all the details of this process of growing old.
>> Then there would be a movie staring Katherine Hepburn
>> and Jane Fonda "On the Golden Pond" which is the story
>> of an old-aged couple and of their morosity.
>> i'll be looking for a dg text also.
>> --- Sylvie Ruelle <sylvieruelle at earthlink.net> a écrit
>>> I am looking for some works of deleuze and guattari
>>> that deal
>>> specifically with aspects of aging (not dying
>>> itself) and growing old.
>>> Particularly regarding aspects of neglect and not
>>> being able to care
>>> for oneself anymore. Can anyone refer me to a dg
>>> text(s) or
>>> Ms. Sylvie Ruelle
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