Negotiations 1972-1990 (European Perspectives: A Series in Social Thought and Cultural Criticism)

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Deleuze (What Is Philosophy?, LJ 4/15/94) is not only one of the most influential of recent French philosophers but one of the most wide-ranging as well. The present volume, which consists mostly of interviews but also includes a few essays, describes his recent concerns. Deleuze gained attention with Anti-Oedipus (LJ 6/1/77), a radical criticism of psychoanalysis, written together with Flix Guattari. After an account of this work, Deleuze discusses his long collaboration with Guattari. Deleuze then shifts gears, and his analysis of the cinema, based on the philosophy of Henri Bergson, occupies center-stage. Deleuze's discussion of Michel Foucault (1926-84), a close friend, comes next; and the book concludes with a discussion of power in society, a main theme of Foucault's work. However diverse his interests, Deleuze has always remained a philosopher in the strict sense. The section of Deleuze's latest work that covers the history of philosophy, focusing on Leibniz, brings out this aspect of his thought. Recommended for academic libraries.-David Gordon, Bowling Green State Univ., Ohio
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Table of Contents

Pt. 1 From Anti-Oedipus to A Thousand Plateaus 1
Letter to a Harsh Critic 3
Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari on Anti-Oedipus 13
On A Thousand Plateaus 25
Pt. 2 Cinemas 35
Three Questions on Six Times Two 37
On The Movement-Image 46
On The Time-Image 57
Doubts About the Imaginary 62
Letter to Serge Daney: Optimism, Pessimism, and Travel 68
Pt. 3 Michel Foucault 81
Breaking Things Open, Breaking Words Open 83
Life as a Work of Art 94
A Portrait of Foucault 102
Pt. 4 Philosophy 119
Mediators 121
On Philosophy 135
On Leibniz 156
Letter to Reda Bensmaia, on Spinoza 164
Pt. 5 Politics 167
Control and Becoming 169
Postscript on Control Societies 177
Translator's Notes 183
Index 203
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