Temporalidade e Individuação em Gilles Deleuze (1953-1968)
Silva, Luiz Eduardo Albert
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This dissertation aims to present the inheritance between temporality and individuation in the philosophy of Gilles Deleuze during the period from 1953 to 1968. To this end, we highlight the previous monographs Difference and Repetition, published in 1968, in order to locate the logical movements that go back to theory of Deleuzian time and affirm a kind of processual individuation, characterized by the connection between Being and Devir from a pre-individual field crossed by instability. In three syntheses, Deleuze constitutes a non-ordinal time, crossed by a force that constantly destroys it, chaos. Thus, habit, memory and eternal return are identified respectively present, past and future, so that an image of time as a process of production, differentiation, invention of novelty is erected on these concepts. Simultaneously with this reconstruction, the research is opened on other themes such as, for example, Deleuze's methodological approach based on conceptual characters constantly perverted for his purposes, and, especially, the question that can encompass all the themes discussed here, both methodological as well as conceptual, the construction of an open logical / philosophical system, the producer of small conceptual machineries that expand it and redirect its concepts with each retake. Philosophy as problem-concept production, "open map", remonstrated by eradicating any resource determinations, aiming to create concepts that have to be constantly resized between conceptual characters and philosophical problems.