[D-G] Getting Started with Deleuze

hwenk hwenk at web.de
Sun Feb 26 11:39:28 PST 2006


after you are full of good advice her is mine.
The best is to ask yourself what you are seeking in DEleuze and Guattari.

>From a professional and academical philosohpical point of view the study of
"Difference and Repetition" is most valuable.

This is because repetition plays a eminent role in everday life.

If you are want to have an easy insight the lecture
of the seminar papers are very good.

But it maybe the best idea to sit down and write first without any fureading
of Deleuze
 what do
you think about psychology, especially "I" psychology and psychonaliyis,
economy, especially Marx and followers (Bernard Schmitt), politics,
especially anarchism,
ethics especially in regard of hierarchies and authorities.

After that one can perhaps say more if it is really
worth for you making such efforts to read the complicated books.

greetings Harald Wenk

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Sent: Samstag, 25. Februar 2006 16:31
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Subject: [D-G] Getting Started with Deleuze

Dear Deleuze-Guatarri List,

  I am new to the study of Deleuze and Guattari.  I find their work
incredibly interesting but also very difficult and at times almost
  I was wondering if there is a certain sequence in which I should study
their texts?  So far I have tried jumping in at Anti-Oedipus and A Thousand
  Any advice for a beginning D and G student would be greatly appreciated.


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