[D-G] internal, external teleology, immanence, transcendence
fildh at gmx.net
Sat Jul 4 09:43:04 PDT 2009
i got some questions.
In "difference and repetition" and "la conception de la difference cheze
bergson" deleuze attacks some philosophers for seeing difference as
external difference or not as difference at all.
*1)aristotles: *difference between things is no real difference
still Aristotels uses internal teleology which gives the things there
own purpose and power
aristotles needs the unmoved move to give a final acoount of what is: so
that makes him a transcendent philosopher?
*2)mechanism: *difference as a closed mechanical structure : no newness
mechanism is using an internal teleological model: is this true ?
*3)darwin:* difference is not evolution of species but evolution of
life. evolution of species
does not give an fundamental account on live itself
how does Darwin see the true nature of life ? immanent / transcendent.
*4)plato:* difference is not teleological inspired: the good is external
plato has an external teleological model. Is an external teleological
model not always transcendent ?
*5)hegel* : difference is going to an "infinte externality": thing
differs with all the rest.
hegel is using an interal teleology, but needs an external at the end ?
is this true ?
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