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Emotions Embodiment, Continuity and Change
Emotions: Embodiment, Continuity and Change

In the previous chapters we examined two aspects of social life that have often been treated in the social sciences as individual attributes of humans: their creativity and their sexuality. In both cases, we have shown how a materialist assessment provides an alternative reading, in which the relationality of these phenomena is revealed. This analysis has led us to radically re-think creativity and sexuality, addressing the former in terms of the capacities of creative products to produce lines of flight, and the latter as part of an affective flow between bodies and the environment productive of particular bodily intensifications. We now want to turn to another topic that is often conceptualized as personal and ‘internal’ ...

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