Apr 28,19:30, 2015
Within the context of its queer reconceptualization, desire can be conceived as a capacity to go beyond what is thinkable. On the one hand, there is traditional “western” model of thinking understood as the rational/dialectical thought which, in its circular manner, can only repeat what is already known. On the other hand, queer reconceptualization of the notion of desire understood as the capacity to go beyond what is thinkable opens a space for the unthinkable and unpredictable ways of thinking (for example, a thought of the outside in Foucault, a non-thought in Deleuze and Guattari, a notion of the happenstance in Nancy, etc.).