By J. Wallin
This paintings examines the impoverished snapshot of lifestyles presupposed by means of the legacy of transcendent and representational considering that maintains to border the bounds of curricular thought.
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In the Deleuzian concept of the simulacrum, mourning is eclipsed by affirmation. The dogmatic image of currere is habilitated to its virtual powers for becoming. The repudiation of the Platonic model/copy dualism avows the constitutive powers of the virtual. Further, the negative simulacrum is reimaged along an ethics of potentiality that do not unequivocally constrain what a body might do. Deleuze (1991) writes, “[m]odern life is such that, confronted with the most mechanical, most stereotypical repetitions, within and without, we endlessly extract from them little differences, variations and modifications” (p.
What is is not some superior ontological substance that assures identity or “ethics of knowledge” (Foucault, 1972). Rather, Nietzsche insists that an ethics of amor fati is intimate to the affirmation of expression and the innovative character of life. For Deleuze, Nietzsche’s concept of amor fati becomes the ethical impetus for philosophy and art. It is not enough to simply reveal the transcendent image of the world as an illusion, nor to displace its naturalized image by revealing it as a cultural construction.
In hyperreality, there are only fictions of reality that in turn “stand for nothing except themselves” (Massumi, 1987a, p. 3). Following Baudrillard, taxonomic and developmental curricular discourses do not illustrate an actual ground or truth, but rather, form a technology that is transposed upon the subject. What appears as a deeper reality then, is nothing but the function of a homogenizing sign correspondence (x ϭ x ϭ not y) or a priori mapping. In the simulacrum, Baudrillard (1975) writes, “[o]nly affiliation to the model has any meaning .
A Deleuzian Approach to Curriculum: Essays on a Pedagogical Life by J. Wallin