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- DeLanda: Intensive Science and Virtual Philosophy, Chapter 1 Part 3
- DeLanda, M. - Intensive Science and Virtual Philosophy [on Deleuze][Continuum 2002]
- Intensive Science and Virtual Philosophy
First published 10 years ago, Manuel DeLanda's Intensive Science and Virtual Philosophy rapidly established itself as a landmark text in contemporary continental thought. DeLanda here draws on the realist philosophy of Gilles Deleuze to the domain of philosophy of science. As well as contemporary philosophical insights, the book also tackles new developments in geometry, complexity theory and chaos theory to bring new insights to our understanding of a scientific knowledge liberated from traditional ideas of essence.
DeLanda: Intensive Science and Virtual Philosophy, Chapter 1 Part 3
He is a lecturer in architecture at the Princeton University School of Architecture and the University of Pennsylvania School of Design , where he teaches courses on the philosophy of urban history and the dynamics of cities as historical actors with an emphasis on the importance of self-organization and material culture in the understanding of a city. DeLanda also teaches architectural theory as an adjunct professor of architecture and urban design at the Pratt Institute and serves as the Gilles Deleuze Chair and Professor of Philosophy at the European Graduate School. DeLanda was previously a visiting professor at the University of Southern California School of Architecture, where he taught an intensive two-week course in the spring term on self-organization and urbanity; adjunct associate professor at the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation from to ; and adjunct professor at Cooper Union 's Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture. After moving to New York, DeLanda created several experimental films between and , some as part of an undergraduate coursework at the School of Visual Arts. Influenced by the No Wave movement, DeLanda's Super 8 and 16mm films also served as methodical, theory-based approaches to the form. Having moved on to the nondeterministic synthesis of Baudrillardian and Deleuzian theory, command and control techniques, and materialistic concerns of complex systems and artificial life including cellular automata that would comprise "Policing the Spectrum" and War in the Age of Intelligent Machines , DeLanda had largely eschewed by the mids his interests in "post- Freudian ideas of the unconscious
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DeLanda, M. - Intensive Science and Virtual Philosophy [on Deleuze][Continuum 2002]
Sign up for Not School and get in it. Deleuze, according to DeLanda, provides us with a genuinely post-Einstenian approach to physics. He goes beyond giving a solution in the form of an axiomatic approach to physics and looks instead for a new formulation of the problem. The problematic approach "rejects the idea that fundamental laws express general truths and views them instead as posing correct problems" IS, p. DeLanda translates Deleuze's ideas into contemporary scientific and mathematical theory, showing how relevant Deleuze's thought is regarding chaos and complexity theory, emergence, non-linear science, etc. Linear causality renders a system unproblematic, whearas "nonlinear and statistical causality re-problematize material systems, showing them capable of self-organization and self-assembly, with many things left unexplained in the effect after the mere citation of an external cause.
Intensive Science and Virtual Philosophy
The structure of the book is simple, with four chapters devoted to mathematics, space, time, and physics, respectively. Quarrels over Deleuzian terminology are banished to a very helpful appendix DeLanda has certainly rendered this territory more palpable to the analytically oriented. DeLanda is and has been for many years one of the best explicators of Deleuze
Intensive Science and Virtual Philosophy cuts to the heart of the ph osophy of Gilles Deleuze and of todays science wars. Th e ser ies aims to pr esent work which is both theoreti cally inn ovativ e and challenging, while retaining a com mitme nt to rigour and clarity, and to the power and precision of thought. All rights reserved.
After the sketches of the mathematical background, DeLanda talks about three sets of issues p. The normal text contains my summary of DeLanda. I use square brackets for my comments and questions. In a first step a manifold is chosen as I understand it, that means you decide which dimensions are relevant for the examined system and therefore how many dimensions you choose. In the next step you take measurements.
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