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Deleuze and Philosophical Practice

Deleuze Studies Volume 7, Issue 2

Edited by Guillaume Collett, Masa Kosugi, Chryssa Sdrolia

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Focuses on Deleuze’s conception of the relation between thought and practice, the brain and the hand (or mouth)

Considering Deleuze’s now near-canonical status in art theory, media theory, cultural studies, but perhaps not philosophy, it is necessary to question the precise link between Deleuze’s philosophy and the other disciplines with which his work engages. This is particularly pertinent considering the shifts in Deleuze’s own understanding of this relation during his career. On the one hand, Deleuze always considered philosophy to be inseparable from a plane of immanence outstripping it and necessarily invested with human practices. On the other hand, in What is Philosophy? Deleuze and Guattari definitively consider philosophy to have a privileged relation to this plane.

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Editorial Introduction: For a Transdisciplinary Practice of Thought
Guillaume Collett, Masayoshi Kosugi, Chryssa Sdrolia


Deleuze Challenges Kolmogorov on a Calculus of Problems
Jean-Claude Dumoncel

Deleuze’s Third Synthesis of Time
Daniela Voss

Ontology of the Diagram and Biopolitics of Philosophy. A Research Program on Transdisciplinarity
Éric Alliez

Who Are Our Nomads Today?: Deleuze’s Political Ontology and the Revolutionary Problematic
Craig Lundy

‘What is Called Thinking?’ When Deleuze Walks Along Heideggerian Paths
Benoît Dillet

Book Reviews

Jason Wallin (2010) A Deleuzian Approach to Curriculum: Essays on a Pedagogical Life, London and New York: Palgrave Macmillan
Matthew Carlin

The Aesthetic A Priori or, Philosophy Without Criteria
Steven Shaviro (2009) Without Criteria: Kant, Whitehead, Deleuze and Aesthetics, Cambridge, MA, The MIT Press
Carolyn L. Kane

Place, Space, Face
Ian Buchanan and Patricia MacCormack (eds) (2008) Deleuze and the Schizoanalysis of Cinema, London: Bloomsbury Publishing
Helen Darby

Notes on Contributors

About the Author

Guillaume Collett is Honorary Research Fellow at the Centre for Critical Thought, University of Kent. He has co-edited a number of Skepsi journal issues as well as Deleuze and Philosophical Practice for Deleuze Studies (EUP, 2013) and has translated a number of articles from French into English for philosophy journals. He is currently co-editing a volume on Deleuze and Transdiciplinarity.

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