Todd May in Gilles Deleuze: an introduction has a passage that recalls for me Benjamin’s invocation of the jetztzeit:
If we think temporally with Bergson, the world is always more than it seems, always fraught with differences that can actualize themselves in novel and unfamiliar ways.
What if we think spatially in terms of Cantor dust and Peano curves? We develop a patience of a different sort.
And so for day 116