This book provides an extensive, lucid survey of, and new research on, the philosophy of Deleuze. Includes detailed studies of Deleuze's engagements with phenomenology, post-Kantianism and the sciences. Of interest to scholars and students of the history of twentieth-century philosophy, Deleuze studies and cultural and literary theory.
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'This collection provides a welcome addition to Deleuze scholarship. Editors Daniel W. Smith and Henry Somers-Hall have compiled an excellent group of essays that simultaneously offers innovative perspectives on, while also providing an extremely helpful point of entry into, a provocative body of work that, precisely because it is provocative, can also appear rather daunting.' Dianna Taylor, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
'… easily the most detailed, structurally creative, and intellectually motivating introduction to Deleuze's thought currently available.' French Studies
'The Cambridge Companion to Deleuze marks an important milestone in contemporary Continental philosophy.' Foucault Studies
Daniel W. Smith is Associate Professor in the Department of Philosophy at Purdue University and is the author of Essays on Deleuze (2012). He is the translator of Gilles Deleuze's Francis Bacon: The Logic of Sensation and Essays Critical and Clinical (with Michael A. Greco, 1998), as well as Pierre Klossowski's Nietzsche and the Vicious Circle (2005) and Isabelle Stenger's The Invention of Modern Science (2000).
Henry Somers-Hall is Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at Manchester Metropolitan University. He is the author of Hegel, Deleuze, and the Critique of Representation (2012) and the co-translator (with Nick Midgley, Alistair Welchman and Merten Reglitz) of Salomon Maimon's Essay on Transcendental Philosophy (2010).
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