TRA LEGGE E DESIDERIO. L’ANTI-ADAMO DI DELEUZE
Parole chiave:Institution, Plane of Immanence, State of Nature, Symbolic Representation, Theory of Law.
AbstractDeleuze’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.
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