Tag Archives: events

Deleuze and the Ethical Life

In Deleuze and Interventionism the good father explored Deleuze’s opposition to the concept of universal moral laws. You may respond that without moral laws there is no way to identify acts as ethical or unethical. Deleuze recognized this problem in the political works he published with Felix Guattari. The pair was… Read more »

The Trap of the Event

Fernand Braudel was a leading writer in the French Annales school. He argued that historians should recognize that time and history move at different speeds or rhythms; geographical, social, and individual. The first, geographical time, is marked by slow, inexorable, almost imperceptible change. The second level, the longue duree, comprises long-term social,… Read more »