Jay Conway: Deleuze’s Problem

California State University, Los Angeles
Department of Philosophy
Presents a lecture by Jay Conway
Deleuze’s Problem

Monday, November 1, 2010
3:15-5:00 PM
Engineering & Technology Bldg. A-331

Reception immediately following lecture in E&T, A-420

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One thought on “Jay Conway: Deleuze’s Problem”

  1. Click the pic to get the book and feel free to comment and rate on Amazon.

    My two cents:
    Reading Deleuze is a prerequisite to fully enjoying this commentary. This book is not for those who prefer their reading secondhand – as true with all good things. On the other hand, any reader of philosophy could enjoy the recognizable characters of Deleuze’s theater: the average continental philosopher, the phenomenologist as hero, the phenomenologist as parasite, the structuralist as hero, the structuralist as palace dog, the Anglo-American philosopher, the French philosopher, the logician, as well as discusses the artist, the scientist, and the historian.

    The book also lays out an extremely valuable discussion of counterfeit difference and genuine difference, as well as the ethico-political metaphysics of the figure of difference in Deleuze’s portrait of: Hume, Bergson, Nietzsche, and Spinoza.

    Best of all, the book made me laugh.

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