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" Deleuze argued, is: [an] intensive way of reading, in contact with what's outside the book, as a flow meeting other flows, one machine among others, as a series of experiments for each reader in the midst of events that have nothing to do with books,... "
Medieval Identity Machines - Page xii
by Jeffrey Jerome Cohen - 2003 - 336 pages
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Negotiations 1972-1990

Gilles Deleuze - Philosophy - 1997 - 221 pages
...letters about this from a psychoanalytic lumpenproletariat that are much better than critics' reviews. This intensive way of reading, in contact with what's...things, absolutely anything ... is reading with love. That's exactly how you read the book. And the bit I like in your letter, the bit I think is rather...
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The Two-fold Thought of Deleuze and Guattari: Intersections and Animations

Charles J. Stivale - Philosophy - 1998 - 361 pages
...explains how he read and made his own use of Anti-Oedipus. ' Deleuze calls this quite exquisitely [an] intensive way of reading, in contact with what's outside...to interact with other things, absolutely anything. . . . [this] is reading with love [une maniere amoureuse}. (N', 8-9; P, 18) These different "ways"...
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Gilles Deleuze: Key Concepts

Charles J. Stivale - Philosophy - 2005 - 212 pages
...me, to treat writing as a flow, not a code" (N: 7). Such a mode of reading, Deleuze argued, is: [an] intensive way of reading, in contact with what's outside...to interact with other things, absolutely anything, . . . [this] is reading with love [une manière amoureuse]. (N: 8-9) Of course, this is not an easy...
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Rethinking Inclusive Education: The Philosophers of Difference in Practice ...

Julie Allan - Education - 2007 - 195 pages
...with both irritation (at what is unresolved, and unsolved) and, following Deleuze (1995), with love: This intensive way of reading, in contact with what's...things, absolutely anything ... is reading with love. That's exactly how you read the book (Deleuze, 1995, pp. 8-9). Through the engagement with the philosophers...
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Gilles Deleuze's ABCs: The Folds of Friendship

Charles J. Stivale - Literary Criticism - 2008 - 180 pages
...modes of reading and writing about these writers went through a distinct process of becoming, toward an "intensive way of reading, in contact with what's...flow meeting other flows, one machine among others, . . . [this] is a reading with love" (N 8-9). Deleuze's reflections on belief in the world and the...
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