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Deleuze and History

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ISBN-10: 0748636099

ISBN-13: 9780748636099

Edition: 2009

Authors: Claire Colebrook, James Williams, Jeffrey A. Bell, James Williams, Jeffrey A. Bell

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Time, evolution, becoming, and genealogy are central concepts inDeleuze's work, yet there has been no sustained study of his philosophy in relationto the question of history. Those working in history, the history of ideas, science,evolutionary psychology, and interdisciplinary projects inflected by historicalproblems will benefit from this volume, which applies Deleuze's philosophy tohistorical method, describes the critical giant's own use of the history ofphilosophy, elaborates on his complex theories of time and evolution, and shares hisinterpretations of historical thinkers such as Hume and Nietzsche. Internationallyrenowned contributors include: Paul Patton, Manuel DeLanda, John Protevi, IanBuchanan, Tim Flanagan, Keith Ansell Pearson, James Williams, Eve Bischoff, Miguelde Beistegui, and Jay Lampert.
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Book details

Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
Publication date: 3/12/2009
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 248
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.880
Language: English

Claire Colebrook is professor of English at the University of Edinburgh. Jeffrey Bell is professor of philosophy at Southeastern Louisiana University.

Jeffrey A. Bell is Professor of Philosophy at Southeastern Louisiana University.

Introduction
Events, Becoming and History
Of the Rise and Progress of Philosophical Concepts: Deleuze's Humean Historiography
Theory of Delay in Balibar, Freud and Deleuze: D�calage, Nachtr&aumlet;glichkeit, Retard
Geohistory and Hydro-Bio-Politics
The Thought of History in Benjamin and Deleuze
The Cannibal Within: White Men and the Embodiment of Evolutionary Time
Ageing, Perpetual Perishing and the Event as Pure Novelty: P�guy, Whitehead and Deleuze on Time and History
Cinema, Chronos/Cronos: Becoming an Accomplice to the Impasse of History
Deleuze's Untimely: Uses and Abuses in the Appropriation of Nietzsche
Is Anti-Oedipus a May '68 book?
Molar Entities and Molecular Populations in Human History
Notes on Contributors
Index