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Apr 06, 14

Six Theses on Anxiety and Why It is Effectively Preventing Militancy, and One Possible Strategy for Overcoming It

Apr 27, 13

The marketing field has long been obsessed with likability, but Facebook may be inadvertently revealing how shallow our liking goes

Jul 06, 12

AFFECT/AFFECTION. Neither word denotes a personal feeling (sentiment in Deleuze and Guattai). L’affect (Spinoza’s affectus) is an ability to affect and be affected. It is a prepersonal intensity corresponding to the passage from one experiential state of the body to another and implying an augmentation or diminution in that body’s capacity to act. L’affection (Spinoza’s affection) is each such state considered as an encounter between the affected body and a second, affecting, body … (Massumi, Plateaus xvi)

Nov 11, 12

Jack the Ripper’s Bodies–without–Organs:
Affect and Psychogeography under the scalpel in From Hell

Jul 06, 12

Altmann's Tongue: Stories and a Novella
Brian Evenson

Foucault Beyond Foucault: Power and Its Intensification since 1984
Jeffrey Nealon

The Affective Turn: Theorizing the Social
Patricia Ticineto Clough with Jean Halley, eds.

The Road
Cormac McCarthy

Jul 06, 12

Affect and Psychogeography under the scalpel in From Hell (movie)

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