[D-G] creation is resistance

Cain, Prof. Jeffrey P. CainJ at sacredheart.edu
Tue Mar 29 08:04:56 PDT 2011

Try looking in the Bartleby essay?

Jeffrey P. Cain, Ph.D.
Chair, Department of English HC221A
Sacred Heart University
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"If mind could think without regard for what it might store, quantify and maximize then its affectations would be more subtle and its sense of itself less stultifying."
                                                                                            ---Claire Colebrook, Deleuze and the Meaning of Life (2010)

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Subject: [D-G] creation is resistance

Dear all,

Greetings! I have been trying to locate where Deleuze says something like
'creation is resistance' without much success. I cited it in a paper a long
while ago but forgot to write down the source. I've been looking for it in
What Is Philosophy? where he talks about creation of concepts and resistance
to the present, but not directly putting the two together.  Does anyone know
of the source or if this is a correct quote from Deleuze?   Many thanks for
your kind help.

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