Architecture Speaks in Unintelligible Tongues: Deleuze’s Empiricism, Subjectivity, and Ethics of Integrative Education Open Access Deposited
This presentation suggests a new transversal image of thought to grasp the creation of an ethical series of events in which architectural history/theory coursework engages in multi-educational rhizomatic ‘plateaus’. It does so by combining the philosophies and notions of impersonality and effects of French post-structuralist Gilles Deleuze, with that of Simone Brott (an Australian architect), as the basis for a cartographic analysis of the empirical subjectivity that works as a set of impersonal effects to reformulate the architectural history/theory coursework.
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