5 edition of Deleuze and Philosophy (Deleuze Connections) found in the catalog.
August 30, 2006
by Edinburgh University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||320|
Gilles Deleuze was Professor of Philosophy at the University of Paris VIII. He died in November Among his many works are The Logic of Sense, Difference and Repetition, and Nietzche and Philosophy, all published by Columbia University Press. Félix Guattari, a practicing psychoanalyst in Paris until his death in , collaborated with Deleuze on four books, including Anti Brand: Columbia University Press. Deleuze and Philosophy provides an exploration of the continuing philosophical relevance of Gilles Deleuze. This collection of essays uses Deleuze to move between thinkers such as Plato, Aristotle, Husserl, Hume, Locke, Kant, Foucault, Badiou and Agamben. As such the reader is left with a comprehensive understanding not just of the philosophy of.
Deleuze and Guattari differentiate between philosophy, science, and the arts--seeing each as a means of confronting chaos--and challenge the common view that philosophy is an extension of logic. The authors also discuss the similarities and /5(K). Gilles Deleuze () was Professor of Philosophy at the University of Paris VIII. He is a key figure in poststructuralism, and one of the most influential philosophers of the twentieth che and Philosophy has long been recognised as one of the most important accounts of Nietzsche's philosophy, acclaimed for its rare combination of scholarly rigour and imaginative interpretation.4/5(2).
I recently tackled Deleuze' two books on the cinema and I can honestly say, that without a certain familiarity with Bergson, and reading at least Matter and Memory, I would have found those two books very hard to access. That said, if you have this prior knowledge the books offer a very interesting perspective on the role and function of cinema. Deleuze and Film presents a rich collection of essays that takes Deleuze's work on cinema out of its dominant Eurocentric corpus. Taking us on an inspiring world tour of film analysis and creative conceptual thinking, this book testifies to the continuing productive generosity of Deleuze's film-philosophy, and includes a dynamic range and depth of film scholarship.
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Keith Ansell Pearson's book 'Deleuze and Philosophy' is charged with differential thought and philosophically divergent sensitivities to an array of concepts that operate transversally and molecularly.
This book is not to be read as an introduction to Deleuze's thought with the attendant distance so 5/5(1). Fresh anecdotes from the history of philosophy illuminate the book, along with engaging discussions of composers, painters, writers, and architects. A milestone in Deleuze's collaboration with Guattari, What Is Philosophy.
brings a new perspective to Deleuze's studies of cinema, painting, and music, while setting a brilliant capstone upon his by: Deleuze and Philosophy has been added to your Cart Add to Cart. Buy Now More Buying Choices 4 New from $ 5 Used from $ 9 used & new from $ See All Buying Options Available at a lower price from other sellers that may not offer free Prime shipping.
Deleuze’s Nietzschean turn, written before Difference & Repetition and Capitalism & Schizophrenia, recasts Nietzsche's sky-high extravagances as critical che’s thought is “The creative element of meaning and its values”, which functions “to introduce the notions of meaning and value into philosophy.”/5.
Nonetheless, Deleuze's philosophy can generate many potential intersections with theology opening onto a field of configurations: a fractious middle between radical Deleuzian theologies that would think through theology and reinterpret it from the perspective of some version of Deleuzian philosophy and other theologies that would seek to learn Cited by: 3.
An outstanding book. Deleuze's reading of Nietzsche is remarkable and for the most part profoundly faithful.
Perhaps my only real outright disagreement with Deleuze on Nietzsche is Deleuze's understanding of the Eternal Return. But even then I must follow Derrida and allow Deleuze to "read philosophy in a certain way".Cited by: It's the sign of the maturation of philosophical work on Deleuze that Peter Hallward's fine new book has appeared.
For while the already quite lengthy series of introductions and reading guides has served its purpose, it's not by approbation alone that one learns to appreciate a thinker; it's also via those who, like Hallward, take the time to carefully point out what they think are the errors.
Intellectual historians credit Deleuze for inventing a left Nietzscheanism in his second monograph, Nietzsche and Philosophy. When the book was published in.
About the Author Gilles Deleuze was Professor of Philosophy at the University of Paris VIII. He died in November Among his many works are The Logic of Sense, Difference and Repetition, and Nietzche and Philosophy, all published by Columbia University Press. Félix Guattari, a practicing psychoanalyst in Paris until his death incollaborated with Deleuze on four books.
Intricate and extremely rich, maybe a wee bit complicated for a rookie philosopher (= me), this book allows to grasp the beauty of Deleuze's complex writing, developing some of the authors' favored themes (the "concept", the "plan d'immanence", and interrelationships between philosophy, science and art)/5.
Difference and Repetition (French: Différence et Répétition) is a book by the French philosopher Gilles ally published in France, it was translated into English by Paul Patton in Difference and Repetition was Deleuze's principal thesis for the Doctorat D'Etat alongside his secondary, historical thesis, Expressionism in Philosophy: by: Deleuze, like in his other works on major philosophers, thinks along with Foucault instead of trying to write a guide to his philosophy.
The book focuses on the conceptual underpinnings of Foucault's extensive work by considering in depth two of his paradigmatic works, The Archaeology of Knowledge () and Discipline and Punish ().Published: (Les Éditions de Minuit, in.
Gilles Deleuze () was professor of philosophy at the University of Paris, Vincennes-St. Denis. He wrote several seminal philosophical works, including Difference and Repetition, and, with Félix Guattari, Anti-Oedipus, A Thousand Plateaus, and What Is Philosophy?Michael Hardt is professor of literature and romance studies at Duke University.
Identifies immanence as the original impetus and the driving force behind Deleuze's philosophyIn 5 chapters dealing with the status of thought itself, ontology, logic, ethics and aesthetics, de Beistegui reveals how immanence is realised in each of these classical domains Author: Miguel de Beistegui.
Only a process philosophy where process and product are the same can hope to prevent the subordination, in the final analysis, of difference to identity. It seems to me that Gilles Deleuze's philosophy meets all these requirements and represents, in the wake of Nietzsche, the most consistent difference philosophy of all.
Different/ciating. Get this from a library. Deleuze and philosophy. [Constantin V Boundas;] -- 'Deleuze and Philosophy' provides an exploration of the continuing philosophical relevance of Gilles Deleuze. It uses Deleuze to move between thinkers such as Plato, Aristotle, Husserl, Hume, Locke.
This work examines what it means to be a philosopher and attacks the sterility of modern philosophy. Philosophy, the authors insist, is not contemplation, reflection or communication, but the creation of concepts.
Part One explores the nature and scope of philosophy and its relation to social and economic development. It explores the concept, the plane of immanence in which it can be born and /5(3). This book is a huge undertaking.
Not because it is necessarily more challenging than Deleuze's other works, nor indeed Spinoza's, but because when read in conjunction with or parallel to The Ethics, the two books form a near infinite maze or puzzle, one in which we may find ourselves chasing down seemingly endless trails and avenues of propositions, definitions, scholia, corollaries and notions/5.
Develops the notion of 'luminism' as the conceptual spine of Deleuze's work 'The plane of immanence is entirely made up of Light', Deleuze writes in Cinema 1: The ng the whole body of Deleuze's work, including less rehearsed texts such as 'The Actual and the Virtual', 'Lucretius and the Simulacrum', and his lectures on Spinoza, Hanjo Berressem traces tAuthor: Hanjo Berressem.
The work of Gilles Deleuze has had an impact far beyond philosophy. He is among Foucault and Derrida as one of the most cited of all contemporary French thinkers. Never a student 'of' philosophy, Deleuze was always philosophical and many influential poststructuralist and postmodernist texts can be traced to his celebrated resurrection of Nietzsche against Hegel in his Nietzsche and Philosophy.
“Deleuze and Guattari describe capitalism as a kind of dark potentiality which haunted all previous social systems. Capital, they argue, is the ‘unnamable Thing’, the abomination, which primitive and feudal societies ‘warded off in advance’.Dorothea Olkowski and Eftichis Pirovolaki (eds.) Deleuze and Guattari's Philosophy of Freedom: Freedom's Refrains.
Published: J Dorothea Olkowski and Eftichis Pirovolaki (eds.), Deleuze and Guattari's Philosophy of Freedom: Freedom's Refrains, Routledge,pp., $ (hbk), ISBN Reviewed by John Protevi, Louisiana State University.
Gilles Deleuze has been labelled as the post-x thinker: post-structuralist, post-modern, post-Spinozist, post-Nietzschean, and even post-utopian. An Introduction to the Philosophy of Gilles Deleuze explores such categorizations and places Deleuze and Brand: City Lights Books.