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From the Publisher"...This collection provides a welcome addition to Deleuze scholarship. Editors Daniel W. Smith and Henry Somers-Hall have compiled an excellent group of essays that simultaneously offers innovative perspectives on, while also providing an extremely helpful point of entry into, a provocative body of work.... Through the linkages it creates, this volume affirms Deleuze's characterization of philosophy as promoting critique and creation.... the volume does not only create linkages; it opens onto the possibility for existing connections to be critically analyzed and new ones to be made.... this volume affords readers the opportunity to explore the complex relationship an innovative philosopher had to his own intellectual heritage, and how that relationship informs but does not limit his own philosophical innovation..."
—Dianna Taylor, John Carroll University, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
"...the editors have brought together an array of major scholars in the field, in this case to address a range of issues related to Deleuze's work.... Each essay is of high quality.... Recommended..."
—A. D. Schrift, Grinnell College, CHOICE
"It is easily the most detailed, structurally creative, and intellectually motivating introduction to Deleuze's though currently available."
—Thomas Baldwin, University of Kent, French Studies