By J. Wallin
This paintings examines the impoverished photo of lifestyles presupposed via the legacy of transcendent and representational pondering that keeps to border the boundaries of curricular thought.
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His style, or stutter, breaks from a territorialized line, “[implying] a new conception of philosophy, a new image of the thinker and of thought” (Deleuze, 2001, p. 65). Daignault’s pedagogy, like Deleuzian philosophy and Nietzsche’s countercultural gesture, affirms the singularity of a life, that is, life composed of “virtualities [and] events . . not . . lacking in reality” (Deleuze, 2002, p. 31). Put differently, the affirmation of the virtual in Wonderland, Riverrun, and Nietzsche’s philosophical style multiplies the expressive potentials of reality.
Such territorializing movements arrest the flow of difference by reducing currere to an a priori image of life (x ϭ x ϭ not y). For example, the impoverished image of currere offered by “traditionalist movements” creates rigid segmentations between the disciplines, privileging the elevation of foundational knowledge while correlating the quality of pedagogy to its representational parallel in standardized examinations. Such movements remain intimate to the commitments of transcendence by enjoining pedagogical life to a static image of Being.
418). The “choices” available to the individual, however dilated, are already constituted. Interpassively, the individual takes them to be his or her own without having to risk thinking difference. The task thus becomes representing in one’s own thought that which comes a priori. Both the passive and interpassive individual is recapitulated in curriculum theory, wherein the simulacrum is conflated with the obliteration of vital innovation (zoe) by the acculturating forces of commercial media (Habermas, 1990; Pinar, Reynolds, Slattery & Taubman, 2000; Postman, 1993).
A Deleuzian Approach to Curriculum: Essays on a Pedagogical Life by J. Wallin