The Deleuze Connections

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$48.00
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MIT Press
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176
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5.34 X 7.98 X 0.5 inches | 0.47 pounds
Language
English
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Paperback
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9780262681209

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Reviews
--D. N. Rodowick, Chair in Film Studies, King's College, London, and author of "Gilles Deleuze's Time Machine"
" Anyone who thinks Deleuze is difficult should read this extraordinary book. With language as clear as it is concise, Rajchman shows how Deleuze--the self-styled most naï ve of philosophers--has also been the most revolutionary in his reinvention of the twentieth century's image of thought with respect to logic, ethics, and art. For those new to Deleuze, this is the first book they should read. And for those who already follow the path of philosophy, Rajchman has shown us that it is not the past century that is Deleuzian, but the one we are beginning." --D. N. Rodowick, Chair in Film Studies, King's College, London, and author of "Gilles Deleuze's Time Machine"
& quot; Anyone who thinks Deleuze is difficult should read this extraordinary book. With language as clear as it is concise, Rajchman shows how Deleuze--the self-styled most na& iuml; ve of philosophers--has also been the most revolutionary in his reinvention of the twentieth century's image of thought with respect to logic, ethics, and art. For those new to Deleuze, this is the first book they should read. And for those who already follow the path of philosophy, Rajchman has shown us that it is not the past century that is Deleuzian, but the one we are beginning.& quot; --D. N. Rodowick, Chair in Film Studies, King's College, London, and author of Gilles Deleuze's Time Machine
"Anyone who thinks Deleuze is difficult should read this extraordinary book. With language as clear as it is concise, Rajchman shows how Deleuze--the self-styled most naive of philosophers--has also been the most revolutionary in his reinvention of the twentieth century's image of thought with respect to logic, ethics, and art. For those new to Deleuze, this is the first book they should read. And for those who already follow the path of philosophy, Rajchman has shown us that it is not the past century that is Deleuzian, but the one we are beginning."--D. N. Rodowick, Chair in Film Studies, King's College, London, and author of "Gilles Deleuze's Time Machine"