By Richard E. Anderson
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Deleuze disengages the notion of ‘endurance’ from the metaphysical tradition that associates it to the idea of essence, and hence also of permanence and links it instead to a form of transcendental empiricism or of anti-essentialist vitalism. In this perspective, even the Earth/Gaia is posited as a partner in a community that it still to come, to be constructed by subjects who will interact with the Earth differently. This is in some ways close to ‘deep ecology’, but radically anti-essentialist in its understanding of the structure and location of the human within it.
However, this kind of necessity has to do with cause and effect relation rather than the number of the planets. 4 In addition to the philosophers, the rationally oriented theologians, known as Mu‘tazilites, also accepted necessary causation and a fixed nature of things. 5 Averroes 1987: 329. ” He believed that God can create things, no matter how extraordinary and miraculous they are, as long as they do not entail a logical contradiction such as combination of contraries or something’s being at two different places at once.