TRA LEGGE E DESIDERIO. L’ANTI-ADAMO DI DELEUZE

ANDREA DI BIASE

Abstract


Deleuze’s notion of law is often developed within an analysis of Spinoza’s exposition of the Original sin. Adam interprets the God’s prohibition (concerning a negative effect of a bodily link) as a moral law determining his desiring-action. Following the binary logic of differentiation, he appeals to an erroneous dialectical potency of transformation of content into expression. It is an act of a flow marking an over-coding by resonance organizations: a transcendent signifier distributing effects of meaning and introducing exclusions. However, the law’s purpose (what Deleuze calls institution) is not to assign guilts, but simply to enable micropower relations. It implies a constellation of juxtaposed subsystems. There is thus no opposition between central and outer organizations. Political system is a global whole, a collective mechanism unified and unifying. It brings to light all kinds of partial processes, but not without gaps and displacements.

Parole chiave


Institution; Plane of Immanence; State of Nature; Symbolic Representation; Theory of Law.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15160/2282-5460/2178

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