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Фигури на пречупването: некласически модели и модализации
Fracture Figures: Non-classical Models and Modalizations

Author(s): Kristian Enchev
Subject(s): Philosophy, Philosophical Traditions, Epistemology, Special Branches of Philosophy, Philosophy of Science, Phenomenology, Hermeneutics
Published by: Институт по философия и социология при БАН
Keywords: fracture figures; illustricture; image-body; heterosimultaneity; co-impossibility; subjectivation; Galilean pendulum model; topological-quantum model; alter-potentiality; autopoiesis;

Summary/Abstract: In the present experimental text I will show how thinking the body as an image-body refers to the impossible figures of its infinite 1) heterosimultaneous opening (unfolding the layers to the figure of a monster) and 2) shrinking to a point of impossibility (of narrative suspension, freezing in a figure) – which are two ideal poles. This double impossibility constitutes a fracture, conceived through illustricture as a (meta)figure. The collaborative work of two models – that of the Galilean pendulum, adapted for stage production, and the topological-quantum model of Deleuze and Guattari – will serve to analyze modalizations, in which analysis, alter-potentiality will be tested as a non-classical alternative in different contexts of subjectivation. The disjunctive synthesis of points from co-impossible surfaces, in the perspective of the connected models, allows us to think as unpredictable the development of the conceptual potentiality of autopoietic production beyond the stopping point of figuring in a figure

  • Issue Year: XXIX/2020
  • Issue No: 6
  • Page Range: 67-76
  • Page Count: 10
  • Language: Bulgarian