Gilles Deleuze and the ruin of representation

Dorothea Olkowski's exploration of the philosophy of Gilles Deleuze clarifies the gifted French thinker's writings for specialists and nonspecialists alike. Deleuze, she says, accomplished the "ruin of representation," the complete overthrow of hierarchic, organic thought in phil...

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Main Author: Olkowski, Dorothea (Author, VerfasserIn)
Document Type: Online Resource Book
Published: Berkeley : University of California Press , 1999
Online Access:http://kunst.proxy.fid-lizenzen.de/fid/jstor-ebooks-art/www.jstor.org/stable/10.1525/j.ctt13x1ghj
Related Items:Print version: Gilles Deleuze and the ruin of representation
Author Notes:Dorothea Olkowski
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Table of Contents:
  • Women, Representation, and Power
  • Difference Itself
  • The Logic of Difference
  • Difference and Organic Representation
  • Can a Feminist Read Deleuze and Guattari?
  • Cosmic Empiricism
  • Negative Desire
  • Nomadism
  • A Thousand Tiny Sexes
  • Against Phenomenology
  • Feminist Narrative
  • The Origin of the Work of Art
  • Reconsidering Space and Time
  • Interval
  • Bergson, Matter, and Memory
  • Order-Words, Common Language
  • Interpretation and Force
  • The Earth Screams; Life Itself
  • Duration and Memory
  • Memory and the Second Synthesis of Time
  • Association of Ideas and the Unconscious
  • Creative Evolution: An Ontology of Change
  • Tendencies, Not Oppositions
  • Duration and Space
  • The Dominance of Action
  • Spiritual Life
  • Beyond the Pleasure Principle
  • Biopsychic Life
  • The Purloined Letter
  • The End of Eros
  • The Ruin of Representation
  • The Dead Body
  • The Theater of Terror
  • A Science of the Singular
  • The Linguistic Signifier and the Ontology of Change
  • Signification or Sense?
  • Does the Linguistic Signifier Rule?
  • Conclusion: Making Language Stutter.