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    Bernd Herzogenrath
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Time and History in Deleu. has been added to your Cart. resonances between the philosophies of Michel Serres and Gilles Deleuze, resonances that clearly exist and that were also confirmed by Michel Serres himself in the 1995 interview with Hari Kunzru.

Time and History in Deleu.

Continuum Studies in Continental Philosophy. Her most recent book is Deleuze and the Meaning of Life (Continuum 2009)

Continuum Studies in Continental Philosophy. Time and History in Deleuze and Serres. indb v. 8/16/2011 11:51:23 AM. Continuum International Publishing Group. Her most recent book is Deleuze and the Meaning of Life (Continuum 2009). Elizabeth Grosz teaches in the Womens and Gender Studies Department at Rutgers University, New Jersey.

There did not yet exist a book on the resonances between the philosophies of Michel Serres and Gilles Deleuze, resonances that clearly exist and that were also confirmed by Michel Serres himself in the 1995 interview with Hari Kunzru.

series Continuum Studies in Continental Philosophy.

For Gilles Deleuze, time is out of joint. For Michel Serres, it is a crumpled handkerchief. In both of these concepts, explicit references are made to the non-linear dynamics of Chaos and Complexity theory, as well as the New Sciences. The groundbreaking work of these key thinkers has the potential to instigate a radical break from traditional existentialist theories of time and history, affording us the opportunity to view history and historical events as a complex, non-linear system of feedback-loops, couplings and interfaces.

Deleuze and Serres (Bloomsbury Studies in Continental Philosophy) by Bernd Herzogenrath.

Time and History in Deleuze and Serres (Bloomsbury Studies in Continental Philosophy) by Bernd Herzogenrath. For Gilles Deleuze, time is ‘out of joint'. For Michel Serres, it is ‘a crumpled handkerchief'.

Time and history in Deleuze and Serres. Continuum studies in Continental philosophy.

For Gilles Deleuze, time is 'out of joint'. For Michel Serres, it is 'a crumpled handkerchief'. In both of these concepts, explicit references are made to the non-linear dynamics of Chaos and Complexity theory, as well as the New Sciences

For Gilles Deleuze, time is 'out of joint'.

For Gilles Deleuze, time is 'out of joint'. For Michel Serres, it is 'a crumpled handkerchief'. In both of these concepts, explicit references are made to the non-linear dynamics of Chaos and Complexity theory, as well as the New Sciences. The groundbreaking work of these key thinkers has the potential to instigate a radical break from traditional existentialist theories of time and history, affording us the opportunity to view history and historical events as a complex, non-linear system of feedback-loops, couplings and interfaces.

In this collection, the first to address the comparative historiographies of Deleuze and Serres, twelve leading experts - including William Connolly, Eugene Holland, Claire Colebrook and Elizabeth Grosz - examine these alternative concepts of time and history, exposing critical arguments in this important and emerging field of research.