Deleuze, Guattari and the
Philosophy of Expression




Special issue of:

The Canadian Review of Comparative Literature
Revue Canadienne de Littérature Comparée



Brian Massumi, Guest Editor





Contents



1. Of Beauty and a Fist

"...everything which introduces doubt
about the position of mental images
and their relationship to one another..."
*


"Beauty: Machinic Repetition in the Age of Art," Melissa McMahon

"Beauty Lies in the Eye," Steven Shaviro

"Aesthetics: A Place I've Never Seen," Stephen O'Connell

"Queer Sites: Tools, Terrains, Theories," Fadi Abou-Rihan



2. The Superior Empiricism of the Human

"...everything which disrupts the
relationship between things and puts us in
touch with certain more acute states of mind..."
*


"Subjectless Subjectivities," Paul Bains

"A Bestiary of Territoriality and Expression: Poster Fish, Bower Birds, and Spiny Lobsters,"
     Gary Genosko

"Life on Mars? Faciality as a Research Diagram," Maria Angel

"Language, Literature, and the Nonhuman," Alan Bourassa

"Exposure: Pasolini in the Flesh," Michael Hardt

"Cruel: Antonin Artaud and Gilles Deleuze," Catherine Dale



3. Forces of Expression

"...everything which provokes confusion
without destroying the strength
of an emergent thought..."
*


"From Transference to the Aesthetic Paradigm. Interview with Félix Guattari,"
     Bracha Lichtenberg-Ettinger

"Trans-Subjective Transferential Borderspace," Bracha Lichtenberg-Ettinger

"Neo-Archaism," Mani Haghighi

"Diagram, Inscription, Sensation," Thomas Lamarre

"Sound Ideas," Aden Evens

"Putting the Virtual Back into VR," Andrew Murphie



Involutionary Afterword, Brian Massumi



Contributors List




* Antonin Artaud, cited in Catherine Dale


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