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By Giovanni F. Bignami, Cristina Bellon

ISBN-10: 8415937571

ISBN-13: 9788415937579

¿Está prevista una misión humana a Marte? ¿Cómo se captura un cometa? ¿Cómo es el centro de los angeles Tierra? ¿Existen los extraterrestres? ¿Es posible enseñar a nuestro cuerpo a curar las heridas? En este libro encontrarás algunas preguntas que te has hecho sobre el futuro y sus respuestas; con él, entenderemos mejor el presente e intentaremos conocer el futuro.

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Here, we see affect freed from subjective feeling. There can be no complaints about eliminating the ‘first person’ perspective in studying these episodes of political affect, because there is no ‘first person’ operative in these cases. Agency and subjectivity are split; affect extends beyond feeling; the body does something, is the agent for an action, in the absence of a subject. This affect and body agency beyond the subject can be key in concrete problem of state violence. If political sovereignty is displayed in the monopoly of legitimate violence, then the forces of order have to be able to act.

As Brian Massumi puts it: ‘Affect is the virtual as point of view, provided the visual metaphor is used guardedly’ (Massumi, 2002: 35). It is the feeling of change in the relation of bodies entering a new assemblage (you’re always in an assemblage, that is, you are always a haecceity) and the feeling of how the present feeling might vary in relation to what might happen next in a variety of futures. Affect then is a resolution of a complex differential field, relating changes in the relations among changing bodies.

He argues that ‘you will know nothing through concepts unless you have created them’ (Deleuze and Guattari, 2003: 7). Hence, knowledge about something cannot be grasped by simply applying abstract categories to the empirical world of sensible objects (Buchanan, 1999). Instead, we need to create concepts to be able to know. Abstract universals do not explain anything but have to be explained themselves (Deleuze and Guattari, 2003: 7). How can we ­create knowledge about something if we do not have the categories or concepts in which the given can be given to us?

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