On the other hand, I find particularly disturbing this growing trend of forgetting that media celebrity and fame are simply not sufficient evidence of quality and importance, nor do they represent a necessary condition. Being unknown or little known never did and still does not by itself constitute a serious argument to be used against […]
• By Philippe Theophanidis on July 9, 2011 ― Published in Communication | Tagged: Bouveresse, celebrity, Deleuze, intellectual, marketing, popular culture, quality, quantity, star system, theory, Tiercelin
A set of various theories about the relationship between ideas and actions. For some, they are inextricably linked together. For others there’s a fundamental hiatus between them. William James, Slavoj Žižek, Everett M. Rogers, Paul Valéry, Giorgio Agamben, Fyodor Dostoyevsky.