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Despite the amount of secondary literature on Deleuze, it’s surprising how little of it pays attention to arguably his most important work, Difference & Repetition . While commentary generally alludes to arguments from it, and often borrows concepts from it, there’s been very little discussion of it as a whole – particularly with respect to the difficult later chapters.
I began reading Ray Brassier’s dissertation today, Alien Theory: The Decline of Materialism in the Name of Matter . Throughout he deals heavily with Laruelle, Deleuze and Guattari, Michel Henry, Churchland, and Quine.
Now that I’ve made it through my PhD comprehensive exams I will be able to update the blog more regularly though it will most likely take the form of working out some of the issues I will be dealing with in my dissertation. On an Ungrounded Earth is in the last stages of proofing and hopefully will [...]