Gilles Deleuze, 1925-1995. A French thinker of the generation of Foucault and Lacan, and a noted opponent of modernism. In addition to his own many works, Deleuze collaborated with Felix Guattari on the influential books Anti-Oedipus and What Is Philosophy?.
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Apprehending Deleuze Apprehending Cinema
Review by Edward R. O'Neill, of a 1997 anthology on Deleuze which was published in French and German. Examines each essay in turn.
The Deleuze and Guattari Page
An electronic forum for discussion and experimentation rooted in both the separate and joint works of Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari.
Deleuze and Guattari Web Resources
Links page by Charles J. Stivale.
Deleuze and Spinoza: An Aura of Expressionism
Todd May revuiews this book by Gillian Howie. From Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews.
Charles J. Stivale invites us to a complete summary of the interview made by Boutang and conducted by Parnet.
Gilles Deleuze's Bergsonian film project
Essay written by Donato Totaro.
Jacques Derrida: "I'll Have to Wander All Alone"
Derrida's reaction to the death of Deleuze. Translated by David Kammermann.
The Univocity of Deleuze
Several articles by Beth Metcalf discuss Spinozan Univocity and its differences from representational ontology.
Wikipedia: Gilles Deleuze
Article describing the French philosopher's life, work and ideas in the free encyclopedia.
WWW Resources for Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari
Annotated links assembled by Chris Allert.
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