[D-G] edward said, first experiences of nomadology

Luke Feast lukefeast at gmail.com
Wed Nov 9 15:01:39 PST 2005

i think Said makes a refence to Deleuze and Guattari in his follow up book
to Orientalism called Culture and Imperialism...


On 11/7/05, adline vanlindenbergh <bisouxnoursfast at fastmail.fm> wrote:
> the book i have read on Freud and extra-europeans is not the best way to
> get into his writing, but now i have started to read Orientalism 1975.
> for the deleuze-guattari readers, those who enjoys these essays on
> geology of moral explaining the world by stratas, it is a way to make
> the idea of expression and content more concrete, and to see the
> civilisation in which we live with limpid clear insights.
> i wish somebody could point me because some dictionnary on "French
> Theory" talks about where Said explored the Nomadology notion of DG and
> i wish i could know in what book is it he talked about Nomadology -- i
> hope somebody here could happen to know of this text and tell me what
> s,he thinks in relation to her, his own experience of Edward Said.
> thank you
> Adline
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