Time : 2019/01/23 Wed. 17:00
Place : #1106, New Millennium Hall, Konkuk University
Speaker: Kim Jae-in (HK Research Professor, Kyung Hee University)
Moderator: Tae Hee Kim (Professor, HK, Mobility Humanities)
Kim, Jae-in (research professor, Comparative Culture Research Institute, Kyung Hee Univ.)) is a well-known researcher of Deleuze philosophy in Korea. His translation includes 천개의 고원 (2001, Saemulgyul), a Korean translation of G. Deleuze and F. Guattari’s work, Mille Plateaux: Capitalisme et schizophrenie 2, 베르그송주의 (Munhakwa Ji Sung Sa, 1996), a Korean translation of Deleuze's work, Bergsonism. With translation of such works, he introduced the Deleuze philosophy in Korea.
In this lecture, Kim, Jae-in introduces the conceptualization of movement in Aristole and modern Western philosophy under the theme of 'Two concepts of movement in Deleuze Philosophy: extensive movement and intensive movement.' Examining the concept of movement in the Deleuze philosophy, he suggests that Deleuze's philosophy extends the philosophical and conceptual horizons of understanding the movement through the two concepts of movement, and they provides a valuable opportunity for further extended understanding of mobility.