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Why Deleuze (still) matters: States, War-machines and Radical Transformation by Andrew Robinson

By Andrew Robinson The usefulness of Deleuzian theory for social transformation will vary with the selection of which conceptual contributions one chooses to appropriate. Studying Deleuzian theory is complicated by characteristics…

“Semiotic Pluralism” and the New Government of Signs Homage to Félix Guattari by Maurizio Lazzarato

“Semiotic Pluralism” and the New Government of Signs Homage to Félix Guattari Maurizio Lazzarato (Translated by Mary O’Neill)   For Félix Guattari, capital is far more than a simple economic…

Deleuze and Nietzsche’s Types: Questions About Deleuze’s Nietzsche & Philosophy by Levi R. Bryant

[caption id="attachment_9132" align="alignnone" width="221"] Nietzsche[/caption] Questions About Deleuze’s Nietzsche & Philosophy by Levi R. Bryant A short post as I attempt to get myself back into the habit of writing…

An Enchanting Abundance of Types: Nietzsche’s Modest Unity of Virtue Thesis by Mark Alfano

[caption id="attachment_9132" align="alignnone" width="221"] Nietzsche[/caption] An Enchanting Abundance of Types: Nietzsche’s Modest Unity of Virtue Thesis by Mark Alfano http://alfanos.org/Blog/?p=400 Posted on 11 October 2013 (This is a conference paper I…

Intuition as a Method in Philosophy

Intuition as a Method in Philosophy by Adrian Lessegers In Chapter 1 of his book entitled Bergsonism, Deleuze emphasized that intuition is a method of ‘precision’ that follows a set of…