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Thinking Between Deleuze and Kant In The Wake Of Much Previous Work On Gilles Deleuze S Relations To Other Thinkers Including Bergson, Spinoza And Leibniz , His Relation To Kant Is Now Of Great And Active Interest And A Thriving Area Of Research In The Context Of The Wider Debate Between Naturalism And Transcendental Philosophy , The Implicit Dispute Between Deleuze S Transcendental Empiricism And Kant S Transcendental Idealism Is Of Prime Philosophical ConcernBringing Together The Work Of International Experts From Both Deleuze Scholarship And Kant Scholarship, Thinking Between Deleuze And Kant Addresses Explicitly The Varied And Various Connections Between These Two Great European Philosophers, Providing Key Material For Understanding The Central Philosophical Problems In The Wider Naturalism Transcendental Philosophy Debate The Book Reflects An Area Of Great Current Interest In Deleuze Studies And Initiates An Ongoing Interest In Deleuze Within Kant ScholarshipThe Contributors Are Mick Bowles, Levi R Bryant, Patricia Farrell, Christian Kerslake, Matt Lee, Michael J Olson, Henry Somers Hall And Edward Willatt

12 thoughts on “Thinking Between Deleuze and Kant

  1. says:

    A great selection of essays, with the contributions of Christian Kerslake, Henry Somers Hall, and Patricia Farrell especially standing out Indispensable corrective to the too frequent elisions of Deleuze s substantial, complex and significant relationship to Kant, in favour of falling back on the boring, blunt, and untenable opposition of the two.

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