DIAGRAMS AND ART: SOME THOUGHTS BASED ON PEIRCE AND DELEUZE

  • Vinicius Jonas de Aguiar Doutorando em Filosofia no Centro de Filosofia das Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa (CFCUL)

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: In the last decades, many studies on diagrams have endeavored to show how that kind of sign influences and is part of reasoning – not only mathematical and scientific reasoning but artistic reasoning as well. Gilles Deleuze (1925-1995), for instance, depicts the role of the diagrams in the art of Francis Bacon. The American philosopher C.S. Peirce (1839-1914), on the other hand, develops such concept mainly in the context of scientific reasoning. Bearing that in mind, we will argue that in both cases, the philosophers did not present a thorough analysis of how the diagrams are or might be part of the artistic creation. In that sense, we intend to show how relevant their philosophies and more specifically their thoughts on diagrams can be to the understanding of arts and creativity

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2018-03-15
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