This collection, first published in 1994, contains thirteen critical essays by established scholars from the fields of philosophy, literary criticism, feminist theory, politics, and sociology, and a new essay by Deleuze himself. That the contributors are from a variety of fields indicates the extent to which Deleuze’s work can and will impact theory far beyond the discipline of philosophy.
Table of Contents
1. Editors’ Introduction Constantin V. Boundas and Dorothea Olkowski 2. He Stuttered Gilles Deleuze Part 1. Difference and Repetition 3. Difference and Unity in Gilles Deleuze Todd May 4. Gilles Deleuze, The Fold: Leibniz and the Baroque Alain Badiou Part 2. Subjectivity 5. The Crack of Time and the Ideal Game Peter Canning 6. Deleuze: Serialization and Subject-Formation Constantin V. Boundas Part 3. Desire and the Overturning of Platonism 7. Nietzsche’s Dice Throw: Tragedy, Nihilism, and the Body Without Organs Dorothea Olkowski 8. Anti-Platonism and Art Paul Patton Part 4. The Question of Becoming-Woman 9. Towards a New Nomadism: Feminist Deleuzian Tracks; Or, Metaphysics and Metabolism Rosi Braidotti 10. A Thousand Tiny Sexes: Feminism and Rhizomatics Elizabeth Grosz Part 5. Minor Languages and Nomad Arts 11. On the Concept of Minor Literature: From Kafka to Kateb Yacine Réda Bensmaia 12. Francis Bacon: The Logic of Sensation Dana Polan 13. The Cinema, Reader of Gilles Deleuze Marie-Claire Ropars-Wuilleumier Part 6. Lines of Flight 14. Cartography of the Year 1000: Variations on A Thousand Plateaus Jean-Clet Martin 15. The Society of Dismembered Body Parts Alphonso Lingis