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Deleuze and Guattari

Critical Assessments of Leading Philosophers, 1st Edition

Edited by Gary Genosko


512 pages

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Hardback: 9780415186698
pub: 2000-10-19
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The ideas of French philosopher Gilles Deleuze and activist analyst Felix Guattari are transforming disciplinary practices across the humanities and social sciences.

These three volumes gather together classic essays that demonstrate the richness of these fascinating and important thinkers influence.

The set incorporates:

* key essays by an international selection of theorists and practitioners

* the development of implications for the built environment

* the first ever collection of critical material on Guattari

* long out-of-print and hard to find materials

Table of Contents

Volume 1. Deleuze

1.1 Cultural Theory and Practice: Theatre, Cinema, Painting, Literature, Music, Dance

1.2 Deleuzian Lessons on the Tradition

Volume 2. Guattari

2.1 Portraits and Predicaments of an Activist-Intellectual

2.2 Critique of Capitalism and Questions of Social Practice

2.3 Psychoanalysis, Schizoanalysis, and Therapeutic Innovations

2.4 Applied Transversality

2.5 Tools for the Production of Subjectivity: Signs, Art, Machines, Animals

Volume 3. Deleuze and Guattari

3.1 Implications for the Built Environment

3.2 Problems and Assessments of Nomadic and Machinic Thought

Nomads; Machines

3.3 Feminist Readings

About the Series

Critical Assessments of Leading Philosophers

This series includes a rich backlist of some of the most important and influential philosophers from throughout the ages – including works on Plato, Nietzsche, Socrates and Rene Descartes. The latest addition to the series covers Daniel Dennett – considered one of the most central voices in the philosophy of mind for at least the past forty years.

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
PHILOSOPHY / Reference
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Media Studies