Negotiations, 1972-1990 by Gilles DeleuzeNegotiations, 1972-1990 by Gilles Deleuze

Negotiations, 1972-1990

byGilles DeleuzeTranslated byMartin Joughin

Paperback | September 29, 1997

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Negotiations traces the intellectual journey of a man widely acclaimed as one of the most important French philosphers. A provocative guide to Deleuze by Deleuze, the collection clarifies the key critical concepts in the work of this vital figure in contemporary philosphy, who has had a lasting impact on a variety of disciplines, including aesthetics, film theory, psycho-analysis, and cultural studies.Gilles Deleuze

Gilles Deleuze's (1925-1995) many books include The Logic of Sense, Difference and Repetition, and, with Felix Guattari, What Is Philosophy?, all published in translation by Columbia.
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Title:Negotiations, 1972-1990Format:PaperbackDimensions:221 pages, 8.75 × 0.8 × 0.68 inPublished:September 29, 1997Publisher:Columbia University Press

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ISBN - 13:9780231075817

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Table of Contents

Part I. From Anti-Oedipus to A Thousand PlateausLetter to a Harsh CriticGilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari on Anti-OedipusOn A Thousand PlateausPart II. CinemasThree Questions on Six Times TwoOn The Movement-ImageOn The Time-ImageDoubts About the ImaginaryLetter to Serge Daney: Optimism, Pessimism, and TravelPart III. Michel FoucaultBreaking Things Open, Breaking Words OpenLife as a Work of ArtA Portrait of FoucaultPart IV. PhilosophyMediatorsOn PhilosophyOn LeibnizLetter to Reda Bensmaia, on SpinozaPart V. PoliticsControl and BecomingPostscript on Control SocietiesTranslator's NotesIndex

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Negotiations traces the intellectual journey of a man widely acclaimed as one of the most important French philosphers. A provocative guide to Deleuze by Deleuze, the collection clarifies the key critical concepts in the work of this vital figure in contemporary philosphy, who has had a lasting impact on a variety of disciplines, including aesthetics, film theory, psycho-analysis, and cultural studies.Gilles Deleuze Joughin's translation is fluent, readerly and generates an intimacy that whilst not a strict rendering of Deleuze's French, nevertheless gives the welcome impression of being the way that Deleuze might have conducted informal conversations in English.