This book provides a clear, comprehensive survey of Deleuze's philosophy, whilst also offering deep analysis of key aspects of his thought.
Author: Daniel W. Smith
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Gilles Deleuze (1925–95) was an influential and provocative twentieth-century thinker who developed and presented an alternative to the image of thought found in traditional philosophy. This volume offers an extensive survey of Deleuze's philosophy by some of his most influential interpreters. The essays give lucid accounts of the fundamental themes of his metaphysical work and its ethical and political implications. They clearly situate his thinking within the philosophical tradition, with detailed studies of his engagements with phenomenology, post-Kantianism and the sciences, and also his interventions in the arts. As well as offering new research on established areas of Deleuze scholarship, several essays address key themes that have not previously been given the attention they deserve in the English-speaking world.
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aspects involved. See John Protevi, “Deleuze and Life,” in The Cambridge Companion to Deleuze, ed. Daniel W. Smith and Henry Sommers-Hall (New York
: Cambridge University Press, 2012), 239–64. Also, Pablo Pachilla has written
Author: Dorothea E. Olkowski
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
The philosophy of Deleuze is as relevant to contemporary thought as it is obscure and complex. Deleuze at the End of the World guides readers through this maze by exploring the raw material that Deleuze took from thinkers in various fields of knowledge to construct his own concepts, some of them well known (such as Hegel, Kant, Husserl, Balibar and Blanchot) and some widely unexplored (Selme, Guillaume, Bakhtine and Dalcq). At the same time, readers will gain access to Latin American perspectives on contemporary philosophy. Contextualized with an Introduction by one of the pioneers of the Deleuzian Studies at a global level, Dorothea Olkowski, this book provides both a unique tool for comprehending the philosophy of Deleuze, but also insight into to the way it has been read in the periphery of the American and European scholarship –where “the end of the world” means not only a geographical contingency, but the encounter of thought with its own limits. This collection is both a refreshing approach to Deleuzian philosophy, as well as a continuous and innovative experience of thinking.
other volumes in the series of cambridge companions ABELARD Edited by jeffrey
e. brower and kevin guilfoy ... DE BEAUVOIR Edited by claudia card DELEUZE
Edited by daniel w. smith and henry somers-hall DESCARTES Edited by john ...
Deleuze and Health Don Johnston. Berkley ... In Deleuze and the Postcolonial,
edited by Simone Bignall and Paul Patton, 1–19. Edinburgh: ... In The Cambridge Companion to Postcolonial Literary Studies, edited by Neil Lazarus, 120–138.
Author: Don Johnston
Diagnosing Postcolonial Literature explores Deleuze's notion that literature is an enterprise of health, and that great authors consequently are diagnosticians of their culture, can be applied to postcolonial literature. This genuinely interdisciplinary work breaks new ground both for the study of postcolonial literature and applications of Deleuze and Guattari.
( 1993 ) , The Cambridge Companion to Hegel , Cambridge University Press , pp
. 1-24 . Beiser , F. C. ( 1998 ) , “ The Context and Problematic of Post - Kantian
Philosophy ' , in S. Critchley ( ed . ) ( 1998 ) , The Companion to Continental ...
Author: Constantin V. Boundas
Publisher: Deleuze Connections (Paperback
Explores the 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 Agamden. It is suitable for those interested not just in Deleuze but in the history of philosophical ideas.
A User ' s Guide to Capitalism and Schizophrenia : Deviations from Deleuze and
Guattari . Cambridge , MA ... Cambridge : Cambridge University Press , 2005 .
Nancy , Jean - Luc . ... The Cambridge Companion to Hegel . Ed . Frederick C ...
Author: Brent Adkins
This title places Hegel, Heidegger and Deleuze in conversation with one another, which results in a new (joyful) way of thinking about death.
29 30 31 See Alan Gabbey, “Spinoza's Natural Science and Methodology', in The Cambridge Companion to Spinoza, edited by Don Garrett (Cambridge/New York,
Cambridge University Press, 1996), 178. Henri Daudin incorrectly balances ...
Author: John Marks
Publisher: Paragraph: A Journal of Modern
This collection brings together essays on Deleuze and Guattari's treatment of science in A Thousand Plateaus and What is Philosophy?, as well as looking in detail at scientific issues such as emergence, complexity theory and non-linear dynamics.
Gary Gutting , ed . , The Cambridge Companion to Foucault , 141 - 58 .
Cambridge University Press . Bernauer , James and Rasmussen David , eds .
1988 . ... Cambridge University Press . Deleuze , Gilles . 1988 . Foucault ,
translated and ...
Author: Brian Trainor
Publisher: St-Hyacinthe, Québec : World Heritage Press
2005 ) and The Cambridge Companion to Foucault ( G . Gutting , ed . ,
Cambridge and New York : Cambridge University , 2005 ) . G . Deleuze ,
Nietzsche and Philosophy ( H . Tomlinson , trans . , New York : Columbia
University , 1983 ; orig ...
Author: Robert Williams
Indispensable reading for both art lovers and students, Art Theory, 2nd Edition explores Western thought about art from ancient times to the post-modern period. Wide-ranging and exceptionally balanced in its analysis, Art History relates theory to the practice as well as to the intellectual and cultural-historical currents of each period. This new edition expands the original to include more indepth coverage of contemporary art. Newly updated bibliography and suggestions for further reading Six chapters covering the major periods of Western art history: Antiquity and the Middle Ages, the early modern period (Renaissance and Baroque), the Enlightenment, the nineteenth century, early twentieth-century modernism, and postmodernism. Geared to the needs of the general reader and beginning students
Deleuze's Anti - Hegelian Framework Further consideration of Deleuze's
interpretation would suggest that the idea of an ... However , he does not attempt
to preserve A. Schrift , ' Nietzsche's French Legacy ' , The Cambridge Companion
His discovery may have been due in part to the publication of Gilles Deleuze's
Nietzsche and Philosophy in 1962. For Deleuze, Nietzsche's essential problem
was "the value of values, of the evaluation from which their value arises, thus the
Author: Gary Gutting
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
For Michel Foucault, philosophy was a way of questioning the allegedly necessary truths that underpin the practices and institutions of modern society. He carried this out in a series of deeply original and strikingly controversial studies on the origins of modern medical and social scientific disciplines. These studies have raised fundamental questions about the nature of human knowledge and its relation to power structures, and have become major topics of discussion throughout the humanities and social sciences. The essays in this volume provide a comprehensive overview of Foucault's major themes and texts, from his early work on madness through his history of sexuality. Special attention is also paid to thinkers and movements, from Kant through current feminist theory, that are particularly important for understanding his work and its impact. This revised edition contains five new essays and revisions of many others, and the extensive bibliography has been updated.
43-2552 The Cambridge companion to American modernism. 43-2658 The Cambridge companion ... 43-2700 The Cambridge companion to Willa Cather.
43-2659 The Cambridge ... 43-2773 Deleuze and horror film. 43-2712 The
delusions of ...
Robert Wiznovsky , “ Avicenna and the Avicennian Tradition , " in The Cambridge Companion to Arabic Philosophy , ed . ... See also Michael Goddard , “ The
Scattering of Time - Crystals : Deleuze , Mysticism , and Cinema , " in Deleuze
Author: Laura U. Marks
Publisher: Mit Press
Tracing the connections--both visual and philosophical--between new media art and classical Islamic art. In both classical Islamic art and contemporary new media art, one point can unfold to reveal an entire universe. A fourteenth-century dome decorated with geometric complexity and a new media work that shapes a dome from programmed beams of light: both can inspire feelings of immersion and transcendence. In Enfoldment and Infinity, Laura Marks traces the strong similarities, visual and philosophical, between these two kinds of art. Her argument is more than metaphorical; she shows that the "Islamic" quality of modern and new media art is a latent, deeply enfolded, historical inheritance from Islamic art and thought. Marks proposes an aesthetics of unfolding and enfolding in which image, information, and the infinite interact: image is an interface to information, and information (such as computer code or the words of the Qur'an) is an interface to the infinite. After demonstrating historically how Islamic aesthetics traveled into Western art, Marks draws explicit parallels between works of classical Islamic art and new media art, describing texts that burst into image, lines that multiply to form fractal spaces, "nonorganic life" in carpets and algorithms, and other shared concepts and images. Islamic philosophy, she suggests, can offer fruitful ways of understanding contemporary art.
190 Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari, A Thousand Plateaus (University of
Minnesota Press 1987). 191 Paul Patton, 'Deleuze's Political Philosophy' in
Daniel W Smith and Henry SomersHall (eds), The Cambridge Companion to Deleuze ...
Author: Andrea Bianchi
Publisher: OUP Oxford
International lawyers have long recognised the importance of interpretation to their academic discipline and professional practice. As new insights on interpretation abound in other fields, international law and international lawyers have largely remained wedded to a rule-based approach, focusing almost exclusively on the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties. Such an approach neglects interpretation as a distinct and broader field of theoretical inquiry. Interpretation in International Law brings international legal scholars together to engage in sustained reflection on the theme of interpretation. The book is creatively structured around the metaphor of the game, which captures and illuminates the constituent elements of an act of interpretation. The object of the game of interpretation is to persuade the audience that one's interpretation of the law is correct. The rules of play are known and complied with by the players, even though much is left to their skills and strategies. There is also a meta-discourse about the game of interpretation - 'playing the game of game-playing' - which involves consideration of the nature of the game, its underlying stakes, and who gets to decide by what rules one should play. Through a series of diverse contributions, Interpretation in International Law reveals interpretation as an inescapable feature of all areas of international law. It will be of interest and utility to all international lawyers whose work touches upon theoretical or practical aspects of interpretation.
... P Osborne ( Routledge London ) pp 1 - 31 Deleuze G , 1991 Bergsonism ( MIT
Press , Cambridge , MA ) Deleuze G ... in The Cambridge Companion to Walter
Benjamin Ed . DS Ferris ( Cambridge University Press , Cambridge ) pp 177 ...
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