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Conclusion

  • Anna Hickey-MoodyEmail author
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Abstract

Deleuze’s work offers exiting new methodologies. Indeed, writing on Infinite Eros, Sholtz and Carr go so far as to claim “Deleuze and Guattari offer us a new conception of life - life as the singular relations that we are. Life is constituted, sustained and amplified through connections and encounters, thus it is always constituted through difference” (2018, p. 459). Such fresh conceptions of the empirical here, configured as thinking about life itself as difference itself, are perhaps most valuable when applied to ‘real world’ problems as transformers; as ways of looking anew at established problems. Scholars of cultural pedagogies show us how the world at large teaches gender.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Media and CommunicationRoyal Melbourne Institute of TechnologyMelbourneAustralia

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