By Gilles Deleuze
– remark une autre langue se crée dans los angeles langue, de telle manière que le langage tout entier tende vers sa limite ou son propre « dehors ».
– remark los angeles possibilité de l. a. psychose et los angeles réalité du délire s’inscrivent dans ce parcours.
– remark le dehors du langage est fait de visions et d’auditions non-langagières, mais que seul le langage rend possibles.
– Pourquoi les écrivains sont dès lors, à travers les mots, des coloristes et des musiciens.
Ce recueil est paru en 1993.
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Here, Bloch is pointing out that even the fury of nature appears as something platitudinous; our original thoughts regarding nature have been exchanged for trite expressions in the name of comfort. What is significant is that we are no longer able to see a storm’s harrowing specificity. But to understand the relationship between nature and history is not solely to be cognizant of the dynamic interplay between the physical forces that constitute nature and history. The present is not merely a spatial phenomenon, but also a temporal one.
4. Merleau-Ponty and The Search For Nature A. At The River’s Edge 34 When the river first emerges in my perceptual field, I tend to see it as a certain softness. Its modest waves have a myriad of contours that come in and out of existence—bereft of immutable edges or discernible angles, the waves' contours are more like shades of color that fade in and out, or a bird's whistle that cuts through the wind only to then dissolve into the breeze. But over time, the river is no longer something 'soft' but acts like edges do, carving through the very bed whose presence determines its shape.
Just as space can appear to be ossified, such as when the indeterminacy of nature becomes subsumed under the historicizing gaze, so can temporality take on an ossified existence for me. I can feel myself to be at the mercy of temporality. My feelings can be constituted in relation to it, especially regarding feelings of boredom or anxiety: modifications of a temporal lack or excess; and my experiences of time itself are not necessarily determined by me, but can be manipulated from outside. Bloch writes that it is only recently that our views of temporal 27 processes have proved susceptible to manipulation (LE 484).
Critique et clinique by Gilles Deleuze