At the Edges of Thought: Deleuze and Post-Kantian Philosophy

At the Edges of Thought: Deleuze and Post-Kantian Philosophy

By: Daniela Voss (editor), Dr. Craig Lundy (editor)Paperback

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Develops the multiple relations between Deleuze and post Kantian thought. Through a series of studies by leading scholars in the field, At the Edges of Thought sheds new light on key philosophical encounters in Deleuze's texts. The shape of Deleuzian philosophy is explored through the influence of thinkers such as Maimon, Kleist, Holderlin, Fichte, Schelling, Hegel, Spinoza and Feuerbach. This collection serves to situate the work of Deleuze and several of his most important concepts with respect to his post Kantian predecessors, further illuminating both the breadth of his philosophical heritage and the manner in which he moves beyond it. As such, readers are invited to join with Deleuze as he traverses and transforms post Kantian philosophy, taking it towards the very edges of thought. Situates the work of Deleuze and several of his most important concepts with respect to his post Kantian predecessors; illustrates and addresses the breadth of Deleuze's post Kantian influences and engagements and explores under developed encounters in Deleuzian thought and advances novel readings of established problematics.

About Author

Craig Lundy is Research Fellow at the Institute for Social Transformation Research, University of Wollongong. Daniela Voss currently works as an editor at diaphanes, Zurich Berlin.


Acknowledgements; Introduction - Deleuze and Post Kantian Thought: Method, Ideas and Aesthetics; Daniela Voss and Craig Lundy; Part I. Deleuze, Kant and Maimon; 1. Deleuze, Kant and the Transcendental Field Daniel W. Smith; 2. The Problematic Idea, Neo Kantianism and Maimon's Role in Deleuze's Thought Anne Sauvagnargues; 3. Maimon, Kant, Deleuze: The Concepts of Difference and Intensive Magnitude Daniela Voss; 4. Deleuze and Kant's Critique of Judgment Beth Lord; Part II. Deleuze, Romanticism and Idealism; 5. What is a Literature of War?: Kleist, Kant, and Nomadology Brent Adkins; 6. The Calculable Law of Tragic Representation and the Unthinkable: Rhythm, Caesura, and Time, from Holderlin to Deleuze Arkady Plotnitsky; 7. Ground, Transcendence, and Method in Deleuze's Fichte Joe Hughes; 8. 'The magic formula we all seek': Spinoza + Fichte = x Frederick Amrine; 9. State Philosophy and the War Machine Nathan Widder; 10. Tragedy and Agency in Hegel and Deleuze Sean Bowden; Part III. Deleuzian Lines of Post Kantian Thought; 11. Schopenhauer and Deleuze Alistair Welchman; 12. Feuerbach and the Image of Thought Henry Somers Hall; 13. Deleuze's 'Power of Decision', Kant's = X, and Husserl's Noema Jay Lampert; 14. Kant's Bastards: Deleuze and Lyotard Gregg Lambert; 15. Chronos is Sick: Deleuze, Antonioni, and the Kantian Lineage of Modern Cinema; Gregory Flaxman; Index.

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  • ISBN13: 9780748694631
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 352
  • ID: 9780748694631
  • weight: 522
  • ISBN10: 0748694633

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