Category Archives: Deleuze

Deleuze on Spinoza

Letter to Reda Bensmaïa, on Spinoza

Deleuze on Spinoza

Letter to Reda Bensmaïa, on Spinoza

Deleuze & Spinoza

excerpt on Spinoza’s influence on Deleuze taken from the internet encylopedia of philosophy

Deleuze & Spinoza

excerpt on Spinoza’s influence on Deleuze taken from the internet encylopedia of philosophy

Robert Hurley

from the Preface to Spinoza: Practical Philosophy, by Gilles Deleuze

Robert Hurley

from the Preface to Spinoza: Practical Philosophy, by Gilles Deleuze

Gilles Deleuze

(Pages 3-4)”The best society, then, will be one that exempts the power of thinking from the obligation to obey, and takes care, in its own interest, not to subject thought to the rule of the state, which only applies to actions.”

Gilles Deleuze

(Pages 3-4)”The best society, then, will be one that exempts the power of thinking from the obligation to obey, and takes care, in its own interest, not to subject thought to the rule of the state, which only applies to actions.”

Deleuze & Nietzsche – discovering, inventing, new possibilities of life

Life as the active force of thought – an excerpt from Gilles Deleuze’s book Nietzsche & Philosophy.

Deleuze & Nietzsche – discovering, inventing, new possibilities of life

Life as the active force of thought – an excerpt from Gilles Deleuze’s book Nietzsche & Philosophy.

Deleuze on Foucault

Deleuze on Foucault from the interview Life as a Work of Art

Deleuze on Foucault

Deleuze on Foucault from the interview Life as a Work of Art

Instincts and Institutions – Gilles Deleuze

“What we call an instinct and what we call and institution essentially designate procedures of satisfaction.” (19 Deleuze) In one way, an organism operates by instinct; it reacts to external stimuli and outside forces. The organism extracts from the external

Instincts and Institutions – Gilles Deleuze

“What we call an instinct and what we call and institution essentially designate procedures of satisfaction.” (19 Deleuze) In one way, an organism operates by instinct; it reacts to external stimuli and outside forces. The organism extracts from the external