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The goal of the direct tirne-image and other forms of art, whether successful or not, is to awaken these powers in us. To become-other we need an irnage to wake the other in us as what yet remains unthought. (That difference returns and so unfolds identity, Deleuze argues, is pres~nted throughout Foucault's work by the the me of the double. The double is not a projected interior, but rather an interiorization of the outside; not a redoubling of the One but of the Other, as a folding of the unthought within the subject.
The double is not a projected interior, but rather an interiorization of the outside; not a redoubling of the One but of the Other, as a folding of the unthought within the subject. The double is simulacral. If the spiritual automaton awakens the unthought thinker in us, this is not a reproduction of the Same but a repetition of the Different. "It is not the emanation of an 'l,'" Deleuze explains, "but sornething that places in imrnanence an always other or a Non-self. " 13 ( The other in rne is the unthought within thought, or the spiritual autornaton that lives in me.
Hegel, Phenomenology of Spirit, trans. A. V. Miller (Oxford, 1977 ), 19-20. Karl Marx, Grundrisse, Vol. 28 of Marx-Engels Collected Works (New York, 1986), 38. Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari, L'Anti-Oedipe (Paris, 1972), 174; my translation here and elsewhere unless otherwise indicated. See also Anti-Oedipus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia, trans. Robert Hurley, Mark Seem, and Helen R. Lane (Minneapolis, 1983), 149. Harper Encyclopedia of Science, ed. James R. Newman (New York, 1963), 1: 128.