By J. Wallin
This paintings examines the impoverished photo of lifestyles presupposed by way of the legacy of transcendent and representational considering that keeps to border the bounds of curricular thought.
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They are attributive rather than attributed, not metaphorical, but metamorphic. Spinoza’s ontology of immanence is thus of significant import to the ways in which we approach currere. As Adorno (1966) writes, “Closed systems are bound to be finished” (p. 35). Adorno’s forecast is evident in the epidemic cynicism of contemporary culture. As Nietzsche (2000) writes, at limits of transcendence and ascetic self-discipline, thought collapses into nihilism. As an ungraspable utopia, the founding image of a superior ontological substance miscarries, leaving no stable ground from which the world might emanate (Lyotard, 1979).
Nonidentitarian, chaotic, and material forces become, in the legacy of transcendence, substances to overcome. For Nietzsche (1966), the commitments of transcendence give us the ascetic priest. This priest, Nietzsche writes, proffers the curative powers of a transcendent ideal to the unhappy, the suffering, and melancholic. indd 21 10/14/2010 9:16:50 PM 22 A DELEUZIAN APPROACH TO CURRICULUM In brief, the ascetic priest comforts the masses with the image of an unchanging transcendent power above the difficulties and temptations of living.
303). Jung suggests that there are a litany of ways in which the analysand or student might “see” the analyst or teacher disjunctive of the familial template. The reduction of the psychical life of the classroom to the Oedipal template thus covers over a swarm of ways in which the pedagogical relationship might be understood. Further, Freud’s privileged image of the family contravenes the productive powers of the foreign to open new ways of thinking the qualities and values of relation. , p. 303).
A Deleuzian Approach to Curriculum: Essays on a Pedagogical Life by J. Wallin