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This week, we will further develop the concept of the problem and formulate philosophical reading and writing procedures within the framework of the practice of problematizing. How could a philosopher’s texts be interpreted in a way so that we readers would both perceive their problems and deepen our own? How could a problematic partnership, neighborhood, and affinity be established with sciences and arts in this sense? The Logic of Sensation by the French philosopher, Gilles Deleuze on the French painter Francis Bacon, will accompany our discussion.

Procedures of Philosophy