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Deleuze and Ethics

Edited by Nathan Jun, Daniel W. Smith

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Concepts such as ethics, values, and normativity play a crucial – if subtle and easily overlooked – role in Deleuze’s overall philosophical project. The essays in this collection uncover and explore the ethical dimension of Deleuzian philosophy along diverse trajectories and, in so doing, endeavour to reclaim that philosophy as moral philosophy.

Contents

Acknowledgements
Introduction, Nathan Jun
1. Whistle While You Work: Deleuze and the Spirit of Capitalism, Jeffrey Bell
2. The Ethics of the Event: Deleuze and Ethics Without ????, Levi R. Bryant
3. While Remaining on the Shore: Ethics in Deleuze's Encounter with Antonin Artaud, Laura Cull
4. Responsive Becoming: Ethics Between Deleuze and Feminism, Erinn Gilson
5. Deleuze, Values, and Normativity, Nathan Jun
6. Ethics and the World Without Others, Eleanor Kaufman
7. Deleuze and the Question of Desire: Toward an Immanent Theory of Ethics, Daniel W. Smith
8. "Existing Not as a Subject But as a Work of Art" - The Task of Ethics or Aesthetics?, Kenneth Surin
9. Deleuze, Ethics, Ethology and Art, Anthony Uhlmann
10. Never Too Late? On the Implications of Deleuze's Work on Death For a Deleuzian Moral Philosophy, James Williams
11. Ethics Between Particularity and Universality, Audron? Žukauskait?
Notes on Contributors
Index.

About the Author

Nathan Jun is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Midwestern State University. He edited New Perspectives on Anarchism with Shane Wahl, introduction by Todd May (Lexington Press, 2009).

Daniel W. Smith is Professor of Philosophy at Purdue University and one of the world's leading commentators on Deleuze. He has translated his work, edited collections and written numerous articles on Deleuze.

Reviews

This collection of eleven essays, many from notable Deleuze scholars ... succeeds in laying out the major themes of the field as well as indicating a number of avenues for future research.

- John Protevi, Louisiana State University, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews

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