Tarot and projective hypothesis
For Deleuze, everything has "its cartography... What we call a "map... " is a set of various interacting lines (thus the lines in hand are a map)" (Deleuze, 1995, p. 33). If, according to Deleuze, the lines in a hand form a map, so does Tarot bricolage in the rhizomatic structure implicated in a specific pictorial spread such as The Celtic Cross that I used in the course in this research to conduct readings for the study's participants.
Semetsky, I. (2011). Tarot and projective hypothesis, in Re-symbolization of the self, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 73-83.
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