Index
Abram, Davis, on the more- than
human, 228 n. 2
Absolute, 24, 169; and alterity, 71; and
difference, 71, 77; and movement,
13–14, 54, 136, 233 n. 14; and the
occasion, 25; and recognition, 52;
and self- enjoyment, 215; and the sin-
gular, 176–77; and tracings, 251 n. 8
Abstract, xv–xvi, 18, 28, 168, 212; and
autistics, 10; and choreography, 76;
and concrete, 2, 6; and lines of drift,
199–200; and movement, 85; and
objects, 94; and occasions of experi-
ence, 156; and plane of experience,
62–64; and proposition, 77–78; and
recognition, 65; and surface, 51; and
totality, xii
Action, 11, 77, 80, 99, 101, 105–7, 109,
144, 226 n. 17; field of, 102, 207–8,
217; human, 150
Activation contours, 131–32
Activist philosophy, 74–76, 142, 185,
221, 237 n. 1
Activity, xi, xvii, 9, 16, 18, 20, 28, 35,
37, 54, 60, 74, 81–82, 97, 103, 148,
176, 185, 209, 217; and autistic per-
ception, 180; and choreography, 76,
121; and “classical” autism, 226 n. 17;
and difference, 65; and event, 25,
144, 216; force of, 84; and forgetting,
60; Forsythe on, 140; and the image,
172; and incipiency, 76; of individual
body, 207; motor, 159, 226 n. 17, 239
n. 13; and movement, 191; and the
past, 53; and political potential, 143;
and proposition, 77–78; of reaching-
toward, 2; refrain of, 109; of regard,
206; and relation, 10, 59, 110, 129; of
relational field, 207; and rhythm, 87;
of shaping, 174; of spacing, 135; and
thought, 103; and time, 79. See also
Bare activity
Actual, 20–21, 37, 135–36, 156, 165,
176–79; and becoming, 238 n. 4;
cues, 104; event, 110; and experi-
ence, 157; and form, 187; and image,
43; and immanence, 44; and in-
act, 25; landings, 108; and memory,
57; more- than, 87; and movement,
39–40, 83–84, 97, 209; occasion, 7,
24, 88, 106, 176, 225 n. 13, 238 n. 7;
and representation, 109; virtual and,
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