Between Deleuze and Foucault by Nicolae Morar

By Nicolae Morar

Deleuze and Foucault had an extended, complex and efficient courting, during which every one was once at numerous occasions an important impact at the different. This assortment combines three unique essays via Deleuze and Foucault, during which they reply to each one other's paintings, with sixteen severe essays by means of key modern students operating within the box. the result's a sustained dialogue and research of many of the dimensions of this attention-grabbing courting, which clarifies the results in their philosophical encounter.

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Charles Ruas (New York: Doubleday, 1986). 123. Raymond Roussel, Comment j'ai écrit certains de mes livres (Paris: UGE 10/18, 1977). 124. " He would then write a stary linking these two concepts. 125. Gilles Deleuze, "Postscript on Control Societies," in Negotiations, 178. 126. Ibid. 127. Gilles Deleuze, Paris VIII Foucault seminar (8 April 1986), Bibliothèque nationale de France sound archive. 128. Ibid. 129. Deleuze, "Postscript on Control Societies," 180. 130. Ibid. 182. 37 CHAPTER 2 Theatrum Philosophicum MICHEL FOUCAULT l must discuss two books of exceptional me rit and importance: Difference and Repetition and The Logie oISense.!

Robert Hurley (New York: Pantheon, 1978). 56. Gilles Deleuze, "Désir et plaisir," in Magazine Littéraire 325 (October 1994), 59-65; reprinted in Gilles Deleuze, Two Regimes ofMadness, 122-34. " 57. Gilles Deleuze, "Desire and Pleasure," in this volume, 227 (translation modified). 58. Ibid. 228. 59. Miller, The Passion ofMichel Foucault, 297. 60. David Rabouin, "Entre Deleuze et Foucault: Le Jeu du Désir et du Pouvoir," Critique 637/638 (June-July 2000): 475-90. 61. Ibid. 485. 62. Michel Foucault, interview with Gérard Raulet, "Structuralisme et post- structuralisme," Telos 16:55 (Spring 1983), 195-211.

Deleuze, Foucault, 43. Gilles Deleuze, Paris VIII Foucault seminar (17 December 1985), French National Library sound archive. Gilles Deleuze, Paris VIII Foucault seminal' (6 May 1986), French National Library sound archive. Ibid. Mathieu Potte-Bonneville, interview with the author. Frédéric Gros, "Le Foucault de Deleuze: une fiction métaphysique," Philosophie 47 (September 1995), 53-63. Ibid. 54. Ibid. 63. Frédéric Gros, interview with the author. Robert Maggiori, "Gilles Deleuze-Michel Foucault: une amitié philosophique," Libération (2 September 1986).

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