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Deleuzean Aftereffects: Interventions from Japan

 

Event Date: 10 December 2015
Room 2002,
John Galsworthy Building,
Penrhyn Road campus,
Penrhyn Road,
Kingston upon Thames,
Surrey KT1 2EE

 

 

 

The Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy (CRMEP) presents:

Deleuzean Aftereffects: Interventions from Japan

Gilles Deleuze once described what he was doing with the history of philosophy as ‘taking an author from behind and giving him a child that would be his own offspring, yet monstrous’. These ‘offspring’ were his own philosophical works. But he also gave, and continues to give birth, to ‘monstrous’ development of concepts in various fields. Japan is one of the countries that have seen his philosophy developed and practiced in different ways, continuously and intensively. Twenty years on from his death, these aftereffects still echo on this archipelago. In this workshop, three young scholars from Japan (whose interests range from philosophy, epistemology, mathematics, linguistics, literary & art criticism to political theory and democracy) discuss possible usages of Deleuzian philosophy and its aftereffects.

Speakers:

  •     Koichiro Kokubun (Takasaki City University of Economics, Gunma/CRMEP)
  •     Masaya Chiba (Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto)
  •     Kazunori Kondo (Kagoshima University)

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Introduction by Professor Peter Osborne (Kingston) and Dr Koichiro Kokubun (Takasaki City University of Economics, Gunma/CRMEP):

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Dr Masaya Chiba (Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto):

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Dr Kazunori Kondo (Kagoshima University):

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Dr Koichiro Kokubun (Takasaki City University of Economics, Gunma/CRMEP):

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