The Process of Depth: Temporality as Organization in Cinematographic Experience
de Vaujany, François-Xavier (2023), The Process of Depth: Temporality as Organization in Cinematographic Experience, in de Vaujany, F.X., Aroles, J. & Pérezts, M., The Oxford Handbook of Phenomenologies and Organization Studies, Oxford University Press : Oxford, p. 440–C22.P115. 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780192865755.013.24
Book titleThe Oxford Handbook of Phenomenologies and Organization Studies
Book authorde Vaujany, F.X., Aroles, J. & Pérezts, M.
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Author(s)de Vaujany, François-Xavier
Dauphine Recherches en Management [DRM]
Abstract (EN)Depth appears as a key concept and direction both in the late thought of Merleau-Ponty and for the work of Deleuze at large. This chapter aims at comparing their views about the process of depth, in particular the distinctive topologies offered by each philosopher. As a set of invisibilities (for Merleau-Ponty) and folds or holes (for Deleuze) produced by movements and becoming themselves, depth appear as a very interesting perceptive and/or metaphysical ways to describe temporality as an organizing process and organizing as a temporality. The depth of experience is the in-betweeness of events at stake in organizing, in particular the happening and mattering of all images involved in a specific process of organizing. By means of cinematographic experience, this chapter explores further the potentialities of this thesis.
Subjects / Keywordsdepth; organizing; invisibilities and folds; temporality; Merleau-Ponty; Deleuze; aberrant movements; topology; process philosophy; phenomenology
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