In his book on Bergson, Deleuze states that ʻthere cannot be a difference in kind but only a difference in degree between the faculty of the brain and the function. In short: we have to recognize that there could be no projected research topic less Deleuzian and Bergsonian, a priori, than this one: “On Deleuze’s Bergsonism. The first book dedicated to Gilles Deleuze’s seminal study of Henri Bergson’s philosophy Henri Bergson is widely accepted as one of the most significant.
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Published by Edinburgh University Press. The first book dedicated to Gilles Deleuze’s seminal study of Henri Bergson’s philosophy Henri Bergson is widely accepted as one of the most significant thinkers for Gilles Deleuze’s work.
It is also frequently noted that Deleuze is largely responsible for having revived and contoured the prevailing interest in Bergson’s work. Craig Lundy gives readers of Deleuze and Bergson an opportunity to discover and bertsonism connect with an encounter that continues to exert enormous influence over the course of contemporary thought. Acknowledgements Abbreviations Introduction 1. The Method of Intuition 2.
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He is the author of Deleuze’s BergsonismHistory and Becoming: Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University’s bervsonism of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide.
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Deleuze’s Bergsonism Bergsoism Edition Craig Lundy Published by Edinburgh University Press Critically analyses Deleuze’s engagement with Bergson, situating it within the broader trajectory of Bergson’s 20th and 21st century reception Explains the origin of concepts central to Deleuze’s work, such as multiplicity and the virtual Demonstrates in detail how the various components of Deleuze’s Bergsonism work together to create a productive and progressively emergent whole Focuses tightly on Bergsonism together with Deleuze’s related essays and lectures on Bergson.
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