Can philosophy be done visually, aurally, and physically or does philosophy necessarily rely on communication through language/discourse? If we could admit that art (including literature) can create concepts--but concepts that are not formed only in language, but as some sort of interactive experience, then perhaps I need to re-evaluate the text. This would be truer to D&G's idea of concept as "event"--but I think some of my critiques still hold. Too tired to engage this on a sustained level, but needed to get the thought out.
Up next on the reading list is Douglas Kahn's Noise, Water, Meat.