Deleuze and the Fold: A Critical Reader
Sjoerd van Tuinen, Niamh McDonnell
Palgrave Macmillan, Jan 15, 2010 - Philosophy - 256 pages
This book contains the first thorough explication of one of Deleuze's most difficult works.
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Four Things Deleuze Learned from Leibniz
Leibnizs Combinatorial Art of Synthesis
Leibniz Mathematics and the Monad
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according actualisation aesthetics affirmation allegory analogy analysis analytic analytic continuity apperception argument baroque becomes Benjamin body concept consciousness constituted continuity critique curve Deleuze argues Deleuze says Deleuze's determination developed Difference and Repetition differential relation distinct divergent series elements essence event existence experience expression extensive quantity finite Fold force fourfold function Gilles Deleuze Guattari Heidegger Heidegger's Husserl ibid idea immanence includes incompossible individual infinitely small infinitesimal calculus infinity insofar Kant Kant's Kantian Leibniz Leibniz's philosophy Leibnizian Logic of Sense Mai'mon mathematical matter Merleau-Ponty monad Monadology nature Nietzsche notion object ontology perception phenomenology plane of immanence point of view post-Kantian predicate prehension principle of identity problem pure question reading of Leibniz realisation representation resemblance sensate singular points soul Spinoza substance sufficient reason synthesis theory things thinking thought tion transcendental deduction transcendental philosophy translated Trauerspiel truth understanding unfolding unity University Whitehead