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At the Edges of Thought

Deleuze and Post-Kantian Philosophy

Edited by Craig Lundy, Daniela Voss

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Introduction – Deleuze and Post-Kantian Thought: Method, Ideas and Aesthetics, Daniela Voss and Craig Lundy
Part I: Deleuze, Kant and Maimon
1. Deleuze, Kant and the Transcendental Field, Daniel W. Smith
2. The Problematic Idea, Neo-Kantianism and Maimon’s Role in Deleuze’s Thought, Anne Sauvagnargues
3. Maimon, Kant, Deleuze: The Concepts of Difference and Intensive Magnitude, Daniela Voss
4. Deleuze and Kant’s Critique of Judgment, Beth Lord
Part II: Deleuze, Romanticism and Idealism
5. What is a Literature of War?: Kleist, Kant, and Nomadology, Brent Adkins
6. The Calculable Law of Tragic Representation and the Unthinkable: Rhythm, Caesura, and Time, from Hölderlin to Deleuze, Arkady Plotnitsky
7. Ground, Transcendence, and Method in Deleuze’s Fichte, Joe Hughes
8. ‘The magic formula we all seek’: Spinoza + Fichte = x, Frederick Amrine
9. State Philosophy and the War Machine, Nathan Widder
10. Tragedy and Agency in Hegel and Deleuze, Sean Bowden
Part III: Deleuzian Lines of Post-Kantian Thought
11. Schopenhauer and Deleuze, Alistair Welchman
12. Feuerbach and the Image of Thought, Henry Somers-Hall
13. Deleuze’s ‘Power of Decision’, Kant’s =X, and Husserl’s Noema, Jay Lampert
14. Kant’s Bastards: Deleuze and Lyotard, Gregg Lambert
15. Chronos is Sick: Deleuze, Antonioni, and the Kantian Lineage of Modern Cinema, Gregory Flaxman

About the Author

Craig Lundy is Senior Lecturer in Social Theory at Nottingham Trent University. He is the author of Deleuze's Bergsonism (2018), History and Becoming: Deleuze’s Philosophy of Creativity (2012) and co-editor with Daniela Voss of At the Edges of Thought: Deleuze and Post-Kantian Philosophy (2015), all published with Edinburgh University Press.

Daniela Voss is a postdoctoral Research Fellow at Alfred Deakin Institute for Citizenship and Globalisation Deakin University Melbourne Burwood Campus.


Post-Kantian philosophy was distinguished by the wide range of its interests, probing epistemology, ethics, political philosophy and aesthetics with equal depth and intensity. This collection sheds light on Deleuze’s philosophy, while also reminding us of the multiple and far-reaching aspirations of post-Kantian thought.

- Dr Christian Kerslake

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