Compared with the temporary bonds of the mode of division and connnective conjunction, this kind of bond is durable because it carries a memory of its prior individuations. For example, all social movements organize drawing inspiration from "repertoires of contention" (Tilly, 2002) such as assemblies, demonstrations, strikes, occupations, and sit-ins, which they repurpose and adapt to their local circumstances.
Second, as noted, this composition brings with itself a memory of its prior individuations. Here, Gilbert Simondon's notion of transindividuality--a concept that is conspicuously absent from Dividuum--would have been useful to eviscerate the interior dimension of condividual being.
(26) This seems to give affect a central role in the possibility of new individuations. Hansen's point, then, is that Stiegler's concept of tertiary memory, derived as it is from Husserl's understanding of the perception of the temporal object cannot in fact account for the affective relation with the preindividual.
Technics and Time leans heavily on Simondon from the outset and his ideas around individuation are at the centre of Stiegler's critique of hyperindustrial society.
(3) My sense of 'noncultural' does not deny culture rather expands its horizon opening new fields for [cultural] individuations; rather helps to analyze the content and expression of culture.
What is wrong with the representationalist account of cultural individuations? How can my alternative model of [cultural] identities save an idealistic/humanistic mission for society?
(And first of all, with each other: Collaborative work both corporealizes and depersonalizes the critical gaze.) Relational being bypasses the defensive individuations
the conjunction of these two different but composed individuations.
the breakdown of the dynamic of individuation that sustains both
Patterns of individuation
in Slovenian adolescents and their relationship with adolescents' perceptions of parents, friends and teachers
As a result these thinkers are driven to offering purely extrinsic explanations of the principle of personal individuation
; they say that individuality results from some relation to space and time, or they say that it results from a relation to a body or to the experiences of the person or to the sequence of the person's acts.
In a fairly obvious way it reverses the assumption evident in what Feenberg calls 'constructivism' that human users are the source of contingency in technological evolution--here it is the contingent evolution (or individuation
) of technology itself that constitutes the 'human' as contingent.