Examines Deleuze’s psychoanalytic and philosophical engagement with the Lacanian School
Guillaume Collett questions to what extent we can locate Deleuze within the Lacanian School during the late-1960s, prior to Guattari. In so doing, he offers a new, integrated reading of Deleuze’s The Logic of Sense (1969) by understanding it as a ‘psychoanalysis of sense’, and gives a new interpretation of Deleuze’s conception of philosophy itself.
1. The Body of the Letter: from Name-of-the-Father to Re-père
2. Theatres of Terror and Cruelty: from Noise to the Voice
3. The Three Syntheses of the Body: from the Voice to Speech
4. Logic of the Phantasm: from Speech to the Verb
5. The Speculative Univocity of Being and Language: from the Verb to Univocity