Elaborating on Deleuze’s concepts (1) – Joy

it feels rather unfortunate that this was so edited, but it seems to be the only online version of Joy with English subtitles.

The Art of Deviance

Foucault once declared that “one day, perhaps, this century will be called Deleuzian”, acknowledging the French philosopher’s powerful ideas. Deleuze’s work focuses on concepts such as “becoming”, “affect”, “relationality”, “creativity”, “multiplicity”, “assemblage” etc. Our lens must be turned from “knowing” the world into “relating to” the world. For Deleuze, “the whole of life is difference…the power to think differently, to become different and to create differences”. Below he is explaining what “joy” means and how it is related to power and sadness.

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