pbains at xtra.co.nz
Sun Apr 19 13:53:32 PDT 2009
Good idea but this book is not easy to get. (I think that essay is maybe reprinted somewhere in Semiotica. In fact there is a whole issue of Semiotica on Uexkull...
You could also try my 'Primacy of Semiosis: an ontology of relations.' It has a chapter on von Uexkull and his umwelten. Plus some stuff on Deleuze.
I, of course, really don't care if you read it but as a research tool it might be of value (constantin boundas seemed to like it).
From: Sebastian Berry <berry.sebastian at gmail.com>
To: deleuze-guattari at lists.driftline.org
Sent: Monday, 20 April, 2009 8:23:29 AM
Subject: Re: [D-G] affect
check this out, I would say its a key source for what your interested in.
Jakob von Uexküll, "A Stroll Through the Worlds of Animals and Men: A
Picture Book of Invisible Worlds," *Instinctive Behavior: The Development of
a Modern Concept*, ed. and trans. Claire H. Schiller (New York:
International Universities Press, Inc., 1957), pp. 5–80.
Deleuze, surely mentions Uexkull when talking about affect in one of the
chapters in Spinoza: Practical Philosophy
On Sun, Apr 19, 2009 at 4:18 PM, skywanderer <usha.zacharias at gmail.com>wrote:
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