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Between Deleuze and Foucault: Editors’ Intro and Dosse’s chapter

Available here via Thomas Nail’s Academia.edu page.

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Between Deleuze and Foucault

From Nicolae Morar’s academia.edu page: Table of Contents: Introduction – Nicolae Morar, Thomas Nail, and Daniel Smith Part I Encounters 1. Deleuze and Foucault: A Philosophical Friendship – François Dosse 2. Theatrum Philosophicum – Michel Foucault 3. Michel Foucault’s Main … Continue reading

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The Political Philosophy of Michel Foucault and Gilles Deleuze conference — final schedule

The final schedule for the conference at Purdue this weekend has been posted. Not only am I going, but I’ve found myself moderating a panel on which Marcelo Hoffman and Marco Altamirano will be presenting. Of particular interest is the … Continue reading

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Several Essays on Deleuze at LARB

Several essays  commemorating the twentieth anniversary of Deleuze’s death are currently up on the front page of LARB, but here are individual links: Gilles Deleuze: The Event of Life by Brad Evans What Is Becoming of Deleuze? by Adrian Parr … Continue reading

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Reading notes: Deleuze’s Empiricism and Subjectivity, Chapter 4

Religion brings together everything we have outlined about general rules. Four kinds of general rules: extensive and corrective rules of passions and knowledge. Two poles of “religious feeling” (source in passions but is not itself a passion) Pole                 Source polytheism … Continue reading

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Reading notes: Deleuze’s Empiricism and Subjectivity, Chapter 3

For Hume, general rule is combination of reflection and extension Sometimes they are identical: extended because they are reflected (institution as a rule) Other times they are not: determining rules are more extensive than reflective (two types of general rules … Continue reading

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Deleuze: Lettres et autres textes

As I understand it, this edition — edited by David Lapoujade — will be available 11/5. From Minuit’s website (my translation into English): Lettres et autres texts (Letters and other texts) is the third and final volume of Gilles Deleuze’s … Continue reading

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Reading notes: Deleuze’s Empiricism and Subjectivity, Chapter 2

The feeling prompting us approve/disapprove (pleasure/pain) are produced w/r/t character in general without reference to particular interests. How is this possible? Via sympathy. A paradox: a space sans extension is opened; in order to me moral sympathy must extend into … Continue reading

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Reading notes: Deleuze’s Empiricism and Subjectivity, Chapter 1

Hume’s project: a science of humanity. Choice is defined in what it excludes (carves out something, actual separated from potential) and historical project is a logical substitution. For H, this is substituting a psych of mind (would require and object, … Continue reading

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Deleuze Bibliography

Tim Murphy has compiled an excellent Deleuze bibliography here.

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