Deleuze and Ethics Daniel W. Smith

ISBN: 9780748641178

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Deleuze and Ethics  by  Daniel W. Smith

Deleuze and Ethics by Daniel W. Smith
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Since he never devoted a book to the study of ethics, many scholars have assumed that Gilles Deleuze did not write about the subject. Yet the opposite is true. Concepts such as ethics, values, and normativity play a crucial, if subtle and easilyMoreSince he never devoted a book to the study of ethics, many scholars have assumed that Gilles Deleuze did not write about the subject. Yet the opposite is true.

Concepts such as ethics, values, and normativity play a crucial, if subtle and easily overlooked, role in Deleuzes philosophical project. These essays unearth and explore the ethical dimensions of Deleuzian philosophy across a number of trajectories, ultimately reclaiming his thought as a moral philosophical triumph.



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