Deleuze and lifelong learning: creativity, events and ethics
Beighton, C. 2015. Deleuze and lifelong learning: creativity, events and ethics. Palgrave Macmillan.
This book looks closely at discourses of creativity in the lifelong learning sector from the perspective of a teacher educator. It reworks the idea of creativity for lifelong learning using an analysis of the cinema of Michelangelo Antonioni as a basis. The book argues that ethics and creativity are indissociable and that more relevant practices in teaching, learning and research can be developed from and with them. To do this, the book examines Deleuze's notion of counter-actualization as a form of creative practice and establishes ethical and practical consequences for this diverse sector.
|Keywords||Deleuze; Antonioni; creativity; lifelong learning; ethics; cinema; education; learning; body; Gilles Deleuze; health; morality|
|04 Mar 2015|
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|Deposited||14 Feb 2020|
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