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Friday, December 23, 2011

ge 178 - You have to keep enough of the organism for it to reform each dawn; and you have to keep small supplies of...‎
Appears in 29 books from 1994-2008
Page 284 - Spinozian question about what the body can do. [W]e know nothing about a body until we know what it can do, in other words, what its affects are, how they can or cannot enter into composition with other affects, with the affects of another body, either to destroy that body or to be destroyed by it, either to exchange actions and passions with it or to join with it in composing a more powerful body.‎
Appears in 31 books from 1974-2007
Page 24 - A plateau is always in the middle, not at the beginning or the end. A rhizome is made of plateaus. Gregory Bateson uses the word "plateau" to designate something very special: a continuous, self-vibrating region of intensities whose development avoids any orientation toward a culmination point or external end.‎
Appears in 42 books from 1973-2007
Page 197 - From the viewpoint of racism, there is no exterior, there are no people on the outside. There are only people who should be like us and whose crime it is not to be.‎
Appears in 24 books from 1979-2007
Page 27 - A rhizome has no beginning or end; it is always in the middle, between things, interbeing, intermezzo. The tree 'is filiation, but the rhizome is alliance, uniquely alliance. The tree imposes the verb "to be...‎
Appears in 50 books from 1957-2008
Page 10 - Every rhizome contains lines of segmentarity according to which it is stratified, territorialized, organized, signified, attributed, etc., as well as lines of deterritorialization down which it constantly flees. There is a rupture in the rhizome whenever segmentary lines explode into a line of flight, but the line of flight is part of the rhizome. These lines always tie back to one another.‎
Appears in 25 books from 1957-2007
Page 220 - This led me to the idea that the ones who had survived had made some sort of clean break. This is a big word and is no parallel to a jail-break when one is probably headed for a new jail or will be forced back to the old one. The famous "Escape‎
Appears in 26 books from 1945-2005
Page xiii - Rather than analyzing the world into discrete components, reducing their manyness to the One of identity, and ordering them by rank, it sums up a set of disparate circumstances in a shattering blow. It synthesizes a multiplicity of elements without effacing their heterogeneity or hindering their potential for future rearranging (to the contrary).‎
Appears in 16 books from 1992-2006
Page 23 - When a multiplicity of this kind changes dimension, it necessarily changes in nature as well, undergoes a metamorphosis. Unlike a structure, which is defined by a set of points and positions, with binary relations between the points and biunivocal relationships between the positions...‎
Appears in 20 books from 1996-2007

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