PLURALIST FLEXI-ONTOLOGY (Deleuze, Lyotard, Serres, and Feyerabend)

IN 1980 after spending 6 months in Paris attending Deleuze and Foucault’s seminars, and interviewing Serres and Lyotard, I returned to Sydney and gave a paper synthesising my impressions. It was published in THE FOREIGN BODIES PAPERS, 1981. The title of the published version was not mine, but was inserted in place of my original title, which was PLURALIST FLEXI-ONTOLOGY. There was some discussion after, but it was mostly disappointing. I reproduce my appended response, but I have blanked out the names of those I respond to, as they have no doubt evolved a little since then.

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