Deleuzism: A Metacommentary. Article (PDF Available) in SubStance 32(1) · January with Reads. DOI: /sub}. Export this. Buchanan, I. , Deleuzism: A Metacommentary, Edinburgh Unviersity Press, United Kingdom. Please refer to publisher version or contact your library. Deleuzism: A Metacommentary by Ian Buchanan. Edinburgh University Press, TOM CONLEY. Much of the content of this book applies only generally to.
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Deleuzism addresses two questions: As such, the book navigates two different—if not even opposed—courses. It presents a philosophical exegesis, and at the same time it translates or transcodes, in its terminology a philo-sophical method into cultural studies.
Indeed, the figure of the twofold is prominent throughout. The book opens with a claim that every written book has a silent, unwritten twin, and it concludes by inscribing Deleuze within a dialectical tradition, albeit an anti-Hegelian one that resists the third moment of synthesis.
Deleuzism: A Metacommentary
Politics cannot rely on unreadability, and in the last instance the book must instrumentalize its most radical claim and sacrifice the anti-expressionist Deleuze to get to the political Deleuze. In particular, the analysis of the relation between capitalism and schizophrenia develops problematically.
Schizophrenia, for Deleuze an unsynthesizable disjunction and a genuine mode of resistance against capitalism and perhaps against Hegelian totalization is at the same time the very delejzism through which capitalism proliferates its flows. Without either justifying the conditions of comjentary or dismissing the revolutionary potential of the pathologized, it seems that only a somewhat controlled hydrography could If you would like to authenticate using a different subscribed institution that supports Shibboleth authentication or have your own login and password to Project MUSE, click ‘Authenticate’.
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