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Deleuze’s interpretation of Spinoza in the late 1960s was of seminal importance in the creation of a political Spinozism.Deleuze’s thought, it should be pointed out, is guided by a relation of strict fidelity to Spinoza — a figure that accompanied the inflections in Deleuze’s trajectory and in his treatment, alongside Félix Guattari, of numerous contemporary political issues. This work proposes to examine some of the theoretical effects resulting from Deleuze’s interpretation.
Title
Spinozist Moments in Deleuze
Subtitle
Materialism as Immanence
Author(s)
Mauricio Rocha
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Deleuze’s interpretation of Spinoza in the late 1960s was of seminal importance in the creation of a political Spinozism.Deleuze’s thought, it should be pointed out, is guided by a relation of strict fidelity to Spinoza — a figure that accompanied the inflections in Deleuze’s trajectory and in his treatment, alongside Félix Guattari, of numerous contemporary political issues. This work proposes to examine some of the theoretical effects resulting from Deleuze’s interpretation.
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Place
Berlin
Publisher
ICI Berlin Press
Date
2021
Subject
immanence
materialism
univocity
expression
power (philosophy)
Spinozism
Deleuze, Gilles
Rights
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Language
en-GB
short title
Spinozist Moments in Deleuze
page start
73
page end
90
Source
Materialism and Politics, ed. by Bernardo Bianchi, Emilie Filion-Donato, Marlon Miguel, and Ayşe Yuva, Cultural Inquiry, 20 (Berlin: ICI Berlin Press, 2021), pp. 73–90
Bibliographic Citation
Mauricio Rocha, ‘Spinozist Moments in Deleuze: Materialism as Immanence’, in Materialism and Politics, ed. by Bernardo Bianchi, Emilie Filion-Donato, Marlon Miguel, and Ayşe Yuva, Cultural Inquiry, 20 (Berlin: ICI Berlin Press, 2021), pp. 73–90 <https://doi.org/10.37050/ci-20_04>
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