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In Parables for the Virtual Brian Massumi views the body and media such as television, film, and the Internet, as cultural formations that operate on multiple. In _Parables for the Virtual_ Brian Massumi views the body and media such as television, film, and the Internet, as cultural formations that operate on multiple. Parables for the virtual: movement, affect, sensation I Brian Massumi. p. cm.-(Post -contemporary intervcntions) lncludcs bibliographical refcrcnces and indcx.

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This troubles the distinction between the concrete and the abstract.

Movement, Affect, Sensation by Brian Massumi. Massumi here strikes out from his Deleuzian base to new, relatively unbroken ground. Find it on Scholar. Cultural Policy in Denmark. Post-Contemporary Interventions Series Editor s: Oct 29, Nana rated it really liked it.

An awesome book that proposes tons of scintillating questions and a new paradigm of thinking about humanities and science. Emotional Capital and Education: Duke University Press,pp.

Brian Massumi

Drifting through and I recommend drifting rather than focusing intently—it makes for a more productive read Brian Massumi’s Parables for the Virtual: I’ve heard enough scholars harangue Reagan, American football, and violent video games. The Autonomy of Affect 2. History in Popular Culture. In collaboration with Erin Manning, Massumi has developed a process-philosophical take on research-creation.


The number of copies requested, the school and professor requesting For reprints and subsidiary rights, please also note: View additional images and download publicity materials. Heavy reading, that demands you take your time with it. This idea is only implied by Massumi in a footnote on Stelarc’s massuji in pp. Thinking-feeling, ontopower, bare activity, semblance, surplus-value of life, nature—culture continuum, immanent critique.

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Affect’s resistance to capture leaves a “remainder” of unactualized capacity that continues in the world as a “reserve” of potential available for a next determination, or “taking-form” of briqn in definitive action, perception and emotion. Free Press,p.

We have inherited theoretical models that are stubborn, single-minded and monolithic in their attitude, often tending to homogenize the object of their study.

Massumi presents the reader with a flexible, malleable approach that invites a multifarious and creative method of interpretation. The Brightness Confound 8.

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If Massumi’s project is to render thinkable movement, sensation, and the quality of experience, each of these chapters takes a slightly different and apparently successfully approach. The Experience of Spinal Cord Injury.

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From the macrocosmic perspective, technological development looks like an organic force. It has changed the way I view my experiences.

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Parables for the Virtual: Movement, Affect, Sensation

Parables for the Virtual: Revised and reprinted in Massumi, Politics of Affectop. June rated it liked it Jul 25, They advocate for an “ecology of practices” that explores how philosophical concepts formed in language can massum “transduced” into other modes of experience in a way that furthers creative practice, and reciprocally, how the understanding that already imbues non-language based modes of experience can be brought to explicit expression in ways that further conceptual research.

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