[D-G] michael hardt
hwenk at web.de
Sun Apr 27 01:58:03 PDT 2008
I just found a reference of of your beloved DeDjin on Deleuzes Spinoza book
DeDjin: "Spinoza en het Expressie-Probleem"
Tydschrift der Filosofie, vol. 31 (1969) p 572-582.
It is pretty short and must be available in Leuven.
Hope, ie may help you.
greetings Harald Wenk
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well i'm on it, i'm reading it, and i have found some other stuff that
could be usefull.
here is an article, that discuss the first part of chapter one: it is
about the early writings
of deleuze: La conception de la différence chez Bergson (translated by
bergson's conception of difference")
the temporalization of difference: reflections on deleuze's
interpretation of bergson
giovanna borrador (continental philophy review 34: 1-20:2001)
but i would like to ask a question. Maybe it is a bit obvious, but still
i wanna know.
can anyone give me a good definition of difference. I know what it is,
and most of the time
people start explaining it by pointing out where deleuze or bergson use
it. but i have never
found a very good definition of it; i have looked it up in the
dictionary of deleuze for example
and not that instructive. or if someone can give me a url. that would be
nice. i'm really in need
of a rigorous definition.
thanx a lot
Christopher Moreno schreef:
> I am interested in reading along with you all as well. Hardt book is good
> for understanding need to also read Spinoza, Nietzsche and Bergson.
> On Sat, Apr 26, 2008 at 10:46 AM, Christian Diel <jecopo at gmx.de> wrote:
>> I would join in for the Kant book, already read it so if anyone needs
>> help with it.... I offer my services.
>> Am 26.04.2008 um 12:24 schrieb Nadeem Hameed:
>>> thans for the file, anyone interested to read togather
>>> this text and deluze's kant....
>>> --- ".+oot8am wakeup" <dr.crawboney at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> hi folks,
>>>> I have not read the book either but it looks like a
>>>> good one.
>>>> http://www.mediafire.com/?70v3po3wbg0 (thnks shards)
>>>> Amazon has some brief customer reviews, perhaps it
>>>> would be nice to read
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