Deleuze and the meaning of life by Claire Colebrook

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Includes bibliographical references and index.

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StatementClaire Colebrook
SeriesContinuum studies in Continental philosophy
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LC ClassificationsB2430.D454 C648 2010
The Physical Object
Pagination200 p. ;
Number of Pages200
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Open LibraryOL24448355M
ISBN 100826491111
ISBN 109780826491114
LC Control Number2009030746
OCLC/WorldCa428823382

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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: : Gilles Deleuze.

Deleuze and the meaning of life. [Claire Colebrook] A new and original monograph from a leading Deleuzian scholar exploring the central issues of life, science, language and art in Deleuze's work. Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.

Book\/a>, schema. Deleuze and the Meaning of Life is Claire Colebrook's fourth book on the works of Gilles Deleuze. Moreover, this text is the sixth book devoted to Deleuze in the series Continuum Studies in Author: Scott Gottbreht.

The intensification of interest in Deleuze over the last decade has coincided with the end of the linguistic paradigm in both continental and analytic philosophy.

Indeed, the division between the two traditions appears to be closing and the philosophy of Gilles Deleuze seems to be crucial to this convergence, as he is both indebted to the phenomenological tradition at the same time as he.

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The intensification of interest in Deleuze over the last decade has coincided with the end of the linguistic paradigm in both continental and analytic philosophy.

Indeed, the division between the two traditions appears to be closing and the philosophy of Gilles Deleuze seems to be crucial to this convergence, as he is both indebted to the phenomenological tradition at the same time as he.

Get this from a library. Deleuze and the meaning of life. [Claire Colebrook] -- This is a new and original monograph from a leading Deleuzian scholar exploring the central issues of life, science, language and art in Deleuze's work. The intensification of interest in Deleuze. Deleuze and the Meaning of Life is Claire Colebrook's fourth book on the works of Gilles Deleuze.

Moreover, this text is the sixth book devoted to Deleuze in the series Continuum Studies in Continental very fact that such [End Page ] a work emerges in the context of a blossoming of Deleuze-inspired scholarship has a direct bearing on the aspirations and structure of the book.

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Deleuze and the Meaning of Life (Continuum Studies in Continental Philosophy) | Claire Colebrook | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. Deleuze’s search for a metaphysical grounding for his theory on the meaning of life as “becoming-?”, understood as becoming-different or queer vitalism, as Claire Colebrook explains in her article in New Formations no 68, ends with an unlikely philosopher: payoff is a form of Aufheben that, while still in the German Idealist tradition, looks different than that proposed by Hegel.

ASSEMBLAGE: An assemblage is any number of "things" or pieces of "things" gathered into a single context. An assemblage can bring about any number of "effects"—aesthetic, machinic, productive, destructive, consumptive, informatic, etc.

Deleuze and Guattari's discussion of the book provides a number of insights into this loosely defined term. 'The Cambridge Companion to Deleuze marks an important milestone in contemporary Continental philosophy.' Source: Foucault Studies 'The fifteen essays assembled in this volume are written by distinguished scholars well known for their expertise on Deleuze (including contributions by the co-editors Somers-Hall and Daniel W.

Smith). This entry takes on two subjects. First, it addresses the influence that anthropology had on the work of the mid-twentieth century French philosopher Gilles Deleuze, and second, the influence that Gilles Deleuze’s work has subsequently exerted on anthropology.

In Deleuze’s encounter with anthropology, he ended up seeing anthropological structuralism as a limit to thought. The essays in this book present a complex theme at the heart of the philosophy of Gilles Deleuze, what in his last writing he called simply -a life.- They capture a problem that runs throughout his work--his long search for a new and superior empiricism/5.

This emphasis echoes the challenge posed by Claire Colebrook to the "life-affirming" readings of Deleuze in her recent Deleuze and the Meaning of Life (London: Continuum, ).

[3] In Logic of Sense Deleuze distinguishes Aion, a future-past that is never present, and Chronos, a succession of present moments. the philosopher Deleuze to a new stage: from thinking the multiple to doing the multiple. This process of "a parallel evolution" is exemplified in the "con­ ceptual vitalism" of this book.

Deleuze and Guattari are the thinkers of "lines of flight," of the openings that allow thought to escape. The book unfolds in vignettes organized according not to chronology but to the recondite rhymes, repetitions and echoes that Dodge observes winding through his : Ismail Muhammad.

LIFE,ETHICS,POLITICS Claire Colebrook, ‘Deleuze and the Meaning of Life’ Rosi Braidotti, ‘The Ethics of Becoming Imperceptible’ Dorothea Olkowski, ‘The Mechanism of Death and the Limits of Intensity’ Philippe Mengue, ‘The Problem of the Birth of Philosophy in Greece in the Thought of Gilles Deleuze’.

Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari's "A Thousand Plateaus" is, arguably, the duo's most important work, fleshing out important concepts like the rhizome in the + page tome. It also utilizes a non-linear writing style that casually injects phrases like "God is a lobster" into some of the most provoking philosophical thought of the 20th century.

Now, a grad student at the European Graduate. Sense, the story goes, organises sensation and gives bodies their meaning. The book of nature is written in figures, and “we” alone—human animals endowed with sense—are its readers and cognizers.

For Gilles Deleuze, by contrast, there is a higher level of sense that is inhuman. And yet, Gilles Deleuze’s entire argument is based on bracketing this aspect of the work out as insignificant.

From Deleuze’s own introduction to his book: "Bacon, to be sure, often traffics in the violence of a depicted scene: spectacles of horror, Crucifixions, prostheses and mutilations, monsters. But these are overtly facile detours. Deleuze book.

Read 14 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The works of Gilles Deleuze -- on cinema, literature, painting, and philoso /5. Good Deleuzian times with the conceptual personae: Daniel the Sophist, Wowbanger Mark, Synergetic Seth, and Dylan the Dynamic Mechanic.

Good choice of “What is Philosophy” to jump into Deleuze with the focus on the meaning of “concept.” It is also easy to slide off the Plane of Immanence due to the interlocking concepts Deleuze has.

The SEP article on Deleuze (self-promotion warning!). Dan Smith's Introduction to Essays Critical and Clinical; it's also available as Ch 12 of Smith's wonderful new book, Essays on Deleuze.

Michael Hardt's Gilles Deleuze: An Apprenticeship in Philosophy, covering Deleuze's early work on Bergson, Spinoza, and Nietzsche. Deleuze's Kant's Critical Philosophy. Like the book it analyses, Marcel Proust’s In Search of Lost Time, it pitches the reader into the future with a rare vigour.

Buy this re-issue and give your Alain du Botton paperbacks to Oxfam. Like How Proust Can Change Your Life, Deleuze’s book reveals the various ways Proust’s novel can help the reader in everyday life. Yet where du. The literal and self-evident meaning of life seems somehow incompatible with the image of dissolving and decaying characters in Beckett's works.

Contrary to this self-evidence, the notion of life in Deleuze and Beckett should be interpreted as pure potentiality which opens both the potential to be (or do) and the potential not to be (or do).Cited by: 1. Book Description: 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. Agamben writes: ‘In this light, Deleuze's notes on Foucault, published by François Ewald under the title “Desire and Pleasure,” contain an important definition.

Life, Deleuze, says, is not at all nature; it is, rather, “desire's variable field of immanence”’ (Agamben ).Author: Meenu Gupta. The pair would go on to become life-long friends, intellectual collaborators and authors of some of the most incendiary philosophical polemics of their day.

Before that first encounter, though, few could have predicted the powerful personal chemistry that existed between these men. At the age of 44, Deleuze must have seemed much : Edward Thornton.

In 'Deleuze, the Image of Thought and Art: Representation and the Meaning of Art in Henry James's "The Real Thing" ', Jason Cham Sum Leung reflects on Deleuze's idea of 'image of thought', from the perspective of art and brings it to bear on a cross-analysis of Chinese art forms and the concept of hua : Rosi Braidotti.

Author Bio Claire Colebrook is Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of English at Penn State University. She is the author of New Literary Histories (), Ethics and Representation (), Deleuze: A Guide for the Perplexed (), Gilles Deleuze (), Understanding Deleuze (), Irony in the Work of Philosophy (), Gender (), Irony (), Milton, Evil and Literary History (), Deleuze.

Deleuze, Marx and Politics A critical and provocative exploration of the political, conceptual and cultural points of resonance between Deleuze’s minor politics and Marx’s critique of capitalist dynamics, Deleuze, Marx and Politics is the first book to engage with Deleuze’s missing work, The Grandeur of Marx.

Against linguists who maintain that language is informational and communicational Deleuze and Guattari propose the order-word, the abstract machine that is both a command and a word creating order. It is a function coextensive with language. But language is inseparable from.

It is the creative potential of life (the life of a man and a woman) to exceed what currently is. This subtle but nonetheless significant shift in thinking allowed Deleuze to develop a politically. For Deleuze, what is central in life (and in thought) is not identity (and representation) but difference, and the construction of existential solutions to life’s problems.

In line with. Pure Immanence: Essays on A Life: Deleuze, Gilles: Books - Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Cart. Books. Go Search Hello Select your address 4/5(2).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 The mistake in reading Heidegger's 'Being' as if it were a substantive noun is now well recognised.

the mistake in reading Deleuze's 'difference' as a noun on.Overview. Deleuze used the term virtual to refer to an aspect of reality that is ideal, but nonetheless real. An example of this is the meaning, or sense, of a proposition that is not a material aspect of that proposition (whether written or spoken) but is nonetheless an attribute of that proposition.

Both Henri Bergson, who strongly influenced Deleuze, and Deleuze himself build their.

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