[D-G] the BwO
sylvie_ruelle at sbcglobal.net
Sat May 30 07:54:19 PDT 2009
Yes, it's me.
On May 30, 2009, at 7:43 AM, Harald Wenk wrote:
> Hello Sylvie,
> Very suprising and pleasing to meet you again in this
> list after that long time,
> especially without any
> introductin or explanation.
> Or are you for the first time in this list
> and are not identical with Sylvie Ruelle
> writing here some years ago,
> working scientfically on D&G?
> Looks like, you found an interpretation
> of the BWO, the last theme of our correspondence,
> related to yoga.
> Reads very differenticiated, to send some Deleuzian terminology
> Greetings Harald Wenk
> From: "Sylvie Ruelle" <sylvie_ruelle at sbcglobal.net>
> Sent: Friday, May 29, 2009 6:24 PM
> To: <deleuze-guattari at lists.driftline.org>
> Subject: Re: [D-G] the BwO
>> Wow! Wonderful!
>> On May 29, 2009, at 9:00 AM, ccorey at frontiernet.net wrote:
>>> A Post-Modern Critique of ³Evil is Alive and Well¹
>>> Šif we define the BwO as the process of finding oneself, where
>>> everything is played out, the Indian is surly seeking it. As a
>>> mold he mobilizes a maximum of exterior forces in search of his
>>> treasured Esperanza. He is in a process, through Combustion, of
>>> escape or infinite division on the plane of consistency. He is
>>> transversed by machines in a non-organic regime. Like Beckett¹s
>>> pebble-pocket-mouth-shoe-pipe he has his ring-statue-radio-kitty
>>> cat-rosary; he has these machines among other machines; machine
>>> parts boxed up almost in their own search for outlet; a plugging
>>> into the flow of desire; a loving and raging desire in periodic
>>> alteration at every moment. He is consistently up against a
>>> regime of totalization, collaboration, synergy, integration,
>>> inhibition, and disjunction. By assemblages he plugs into desire,
>>> effectively taking charge of his desires, assuring their
>>> continuous connections and transversal tie-ins.
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