The IP address you are currently using has been blocked due to its use by spammers in your area. Our Staff will gladly attempt to open an address tunnel through which you can access The To obtain that, Google "What is my IP address." The first response will be "Your public IP address is XXX. The book I have decided to start with is Difference and Repetition. At present I am more concerned with understanding the book.Any thoughts, corrections, and critiques are welcome. I am using the 2004 Continuum edition that is translated by Paul Patton.It is resemblance as we conform to a model and equivalence because we have the same elements of action once the habit is acquired (p5). Star Wars Faces VHS Collection Star Wars Special Edition 1997 VHS Collection Star Wars The Definitive Collection DVD Set Star Wars Perequel Trilogy on DVDStar Wars 2004 Special Edition DVD Set Star Wars 2006 Limited Edition DVD Set Other Stuff Star Wars Deleted Magic The Story Of Star Wars Bonus DVDThe Making Of Star Wars SPFX: The Empire Strikes Back Return Of The Jedi Classic Creatures The Star Wars Holiday Special Clone Wars Volume I and IIStar Wars The Musical Journey DVD And thats pretty much it......I think the point of this section is scientific experiments cannot, for Deleuze, provide the idea of repetition as unique and singular.
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Some moralists, according to Deleuze, create the ‘Good’ by aiming for a repetition that is not a ‘law of nature but a law of duty’ (p4). Deleuze finds this an unacceptable definition of repetition as it still leaves us within the realms of generality, and, if we remember, repetition is not generality.
In other words, ‘we’ create principles, such as, for example, do not kill, that can (and ought) to be repeated as a duty. The reason repeating principles is a generality is it is acquiring a habit. In addition, this form of repetition bring us back to resemblance and equivalence, the two concepts Deleuze does not want to associate with his definition of repetition.
Deleuze begins by stating that ‘repetition is not generality’ and the two need distinguished.
In defining generality Deleuze claims it has two major orders, ‘the qualitative order of resemblances and quantitative order of equivalences’ (p1).In other words, the fall of the Bastille was a unique and singular event, and not in the order of generality.It is from here Deleuze provides his differentiation between Generality and Repetition: After the definitions of generality and repetition Deleuze then proceeds to associate generality with the orders of the laws, and consider the phenomenon of scientific experimentation.It figures from this definition that repetition needs to avoid resemblances and equivalences.