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Rather than a theorist of material complexity or relational difference, Out of this World argues that Deleuze is better read as a spiritual and extra-worldly philosopher.
His philosophy leaves little room for processes of social or historical transformation, and still less for political relations of conflict or solidarity.
Michel Foucault famously suggested that the 20th century would be known as ‘Deleuzian’; this sympathetic but uncompromising new critique suggests that our Deleuzian century may soon be coming to a close.
|1||The conditions of creation||8|
|2||Actual creatures, virtual creatings||27|
|5||Creation mediated : art and literature||104|
|6||Creation unmediated : philosophy||127|