Foodscapes : towards a Deleuzian ethics of consumption

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Full title: Foodscapes : towards a Deleuzian ethics of consumption / Rick Dolphijn.
Main author: Dolphijn, Rick.
Format: Book           

Summary: "After traveling through the cities of Hangzhou, China, Boston, U.S.A., Bangalore, India, and Lyon, France ; after 107 conversations within these cities, and after studying of Gilled Deleuze, Rick Dolphijn explores the realms of food. Traveling throughout the world and the world of philosophy, he opens up four different spaces (the four different parts of this book) in which various experiments take place in thinking how we relate to the edible ; connecting the edible to such concepts as the self, the event, the State, health, dietetics, territoriality, capitalism, and nomadology, to name just a few. He shows us how the micropolitics of food is capable of showing us everything. Thus, it performs an ethics of life."--Cover.
Language: English
Published: Delft : Eburon, 2004.
Classmark: A394.1 /505269
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references (p. 107-110) and index.
ISBN: 905972027X