Non-conceptual negativity : damaged reflections on Turkey / Zafer Aracagök.
- Standardized Title:
- Kavramsız Negativite: Adorno+Hayat+Deleuze. English
- Other Title:
- Damaged reflections on Turkey
- Earth, Milky Way : punctum books, 2019
1 online resource (xxi, 133 pages) : illustrations (colour); digital file(s).
- Deleuze, Gilles, 1925-1995, -- Influence.
Philosophy, Turkish -- 21st century.
Capitalism -- Turkey -- Philosophy.
Fascism -- Turkey -- Philosophy.
- Electronic books.
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- Non-Conceptual Negativity: Damaged Reflections on Turkey critiques those who have accused Deleuze of an unbounded affirmation which, according to them, has played directly into the hands of capitalist modes of production. Yet no one has acknowledged that under the aegis of nano-fascism, late capitalism has grown into Neanderthal capitalism, invented and developed in laboratory countries like Turkey with the aid of an international Neanderthal league. Layer upon layer, Aracagök explains in fragmentary fashion that it is not only a matter of how Turkey has grown into a prime laboratory of nano-fascism with the aid of the US and the European Union, but also how the results obtained from this laboratory are put into practice in different countries under Neanderthal capitalism, enslaving each and every one of us into accepting even the position of suicide bomber. As none of us is exempted from nano-fascism today, perhaps it is timely to reconsider the ways in which Deleuzian thought is appropriated in the form of an unquestioned affirmation of everything and how its critique has ended up in an old-fashioned formulation of the in-dividual according to a party program. If this all goes to show that we are face to face with a route different from the accepted forms of affirmation — that is, if we are all affirmed and seem to be happily affirming life as it is as a result of the Neanderthal manipulation of the negative — then isn’t it timely to rethink the Deleuzian affirmation in its non-originary origin with regard to Adorno’s resistance against affirmation? That is, the double negation never ends up in affirmation, and if it does so, it might mean your negation is not strong enough.
- "Foreword by Franco "Bifo" Berardi" -- front cover.
"English translation by author" --title page verso.
Originally published: Istanbul: Sub Press, 2017.
Includes bibliographical references.
Description based on e-publication, viewed on March 4, 2020.
- Berardi, Franco, author of introduction, etc.
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