LARUELLE AND DELEUZE: from difference to multiplicity

Laruelle ‘s critique of the system of difference as found in the work of Heidegger, Derrida, Foucault and Deleuze repeats belatedly Deleuze’s own self-criticism of his pre-Guattari phase as being still entangled in the domain of representation. More generally, Laruelle, despite his considerable merits, is systematically wrong when he assigns Deleuze to the realm of philosophical sufficiency ( “representation”, in Deleuze’s terms). Despite his deep and intense non-philosophical voyage, Laruelle is incapable of reading Deleuze and Guattari’s works, up to and including their WHAT IS PHILOSOPHY?, in terms of their relation with the non-philosophical outside, because he has not measured what the collaboration of Deleuze and Guattari brought to both of them.

Full paper here.

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4 Responses to LARUELLE AND DELEUZE: from difference to multiplicity

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