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Deleuze and Guattari strove for an art of inventing and creating new concepts. Rather than bringing things together under an existing concept, they were interested in relating variables according to new concepts to create productive connections (1995: 5). This approach allows our view of things to “move beyond experience so as to be able to think anew, rather than ‘standing apart’ from experience, … concepts must be creative or active rather than merely representative, descriptive or simplifying” (Stagoll, 2005: 51).
What characterises the origin and shaping of the Samoan world is a predisposition for things to unfold (māvae) into rampant diversity; periods of such growth are followed by periods of extreme order (tōfiga), during which responsibility is brought to bear on every element that was created: the task to organise, to group and to 28 A “PSYCHEDELIC METHOD” facilitate relations. Vā, the Samoan concept of space,13 is an image of this ‘toing and froing’ from divergence/divarication to the orderly/unitary, from the smooth to the striated, from lines of flight to knots and entanglement.
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