The Nietzschean Temptation: Gilles Deleuze and the Exuberance of Philosophy
Deleuze's book 'Neitzsche and Philosophy' and its criticism of and effect on Western philosophical thought is discussed. Topics include Deleuze's expansion of some of Neitzsche's ideas, what the book reveals about Deleuze, and the assertion that philosophy creates new concepts to deal with ever-changing problems.
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Comparative Literature Studies, 36(4).
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Zayani, Mohamed (Sage, 2000)This paper is concerned with an aspect of Deleuze and Guattari’s thought which has not been duly analyzed: systematicity. More specifically, it deals with their conception of the system in three co-authored major works: ...