Theorematic


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The`o`re`mat´ic


a.1.Of or pertaining to a theorem or theorems; comprised in a theorem; consisting of theorems.
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His films have a theorematic quality: he uses close-ups, obsessive images and sacred music to give his characters and narrative events a hieratic dimension.
49) Remember that for those who lead a good and moral way of life, there are no non-predictive dreams nor any other irrational fantasies, but their dreams are completely predictive and for the most part theorematic.
Talking about 'Deleuzian politics' involves necessarily this deterritorialisation of philosophy which constitutively and 'politically' opens it to the Outside, in the substitution of problematic agencies for theorematic answers: a substitution into which Deleuze and Guattari, in their Geophilosophical chapter, don't hesitate to include Adorno's Negative Dialectic .