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Nietzsche's philosophy is organised along two great axes. The first is . advice from M. Deleuze himself on the translation of some important expressions. British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data. Deleuze, (jilles. Nietzsche and philosophy-. 1. Nietzsche, Friedrich. I. Title II. Nietzsche et la philosophie. English . Gilles Deleuze (–) was a French philosopher who wrote on . NP Nietzsche et la philosophie, Paris: PUF, , pp, PDF.


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Yoga is, indeed, an excellent form of exercise that carries with it many. own sequences of yoga poses, which were char. Review: [untitled] Author(s): Daniel W. Smith Source: The Journal of Religion, Vol . 66, No. 4 (Oct., ), pp. Published by: The University of Chicago. Nietzsche and Philosophy. Columbia Classics edition. Gilles Deleuze. Translated by Hugh Tomlinson. Foreword by Michael Hardt. Columbia University Press.

David Alli- son [New York: Delta, -but, perhaps more importantly, also remains one of the pivotal texts in Gilles Deleuze's own influential "postmodernist" philosophy.

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Like Heidegger, whose collected lectures on Nietzsche had just appeared in , Deleuze relies heavily on the unpublished notes of the Nachlass. It is there that Nietzsche interprets the world in terms of "force," that is, as "dynamic quanta" in perspectival "relations of tension.

Thus, in place of a topology of con- cepts which asks, "What is. However, there are three notions in particular that make their first appear- ance in the course of this study that account for the far-reachingimpact of this book. First, the development of such a theory of force leads to the deeper and properly Deleuzian problematic of difference.

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For the point of all this talk about force is precisely that there is no force in general without the difference between forces. Nietzsche's critique of the nihilistic enterprise of denying life is thus transformed, in Deleuze's work, into a critique of the egalitarian and "indifferent"tendency of philosophy to reduce differences- a critique, he says, that "operates on three levels: In Derrida, it is this conception of difference that constitutes textuality; in Deleuze, difference "the unequal in itself" -and not, as in Kant, space and time-is the empirical condition by which the identities of the sensible world appear.

Second, Deleuze interpretsthe word powerin the will to power as the genetic element that determines these differentialrelations of force. It is this notion of power and its complex mechanisms that becomes in- creasingly influential in the later work of Michel Foucault "I could give no notion by referencesor quotationswhat this book owes to Gilles Deleuze and the work he is undertaking with Felix Guatarri"[Disciplineand Punish New York: Vintage Books, , p.

Finally, it is in the complex function of repetition as eternal return that Deleuze locates the affirmation of these free differences and the means by which Nietzsche paradoxically gave identity to difference. Pierre Klossowski, in a book dedicated to Deleuze, has perhaps taken these observa- tions to their conclusion.

The doctrine of the eternal return--that there has never been a first time no origin and that there will never be a last time no teleological or eschatological end of history - is really only the "simulacrum" of a doctrine, for the identities it affirms are always decentered or "cracked": Whence Nietzsche's affirmationof masks, his positive notion of the false, and his insistence that the intellect is merely a caricature of delirium.

As Klossowski concludes, "if we demystify it is only to mystify further, no longer to abuse, but to favor those obscure forces" Nietzscheet le cerclevicieux[Paris: Mercure de France, ], pp.

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The implications of these three ideas and their appropriation by other thinkers can only hint at the fecundity of this study. Like much of Deleuze's early work, it is written in a straightforwardand fairly technical style that con- trasts sharply with the flamboyance of the later Capitalismeet Schizophrenie Paris, As one French reviewer commented, it is excellent, but dry, very dry.

David Alli- son [New York: Delta, -but, perhaps more importantly, also remains one of the pivotal texts in Gilles Deleuze's own influential "postmodernist" philosophy. Like Heidegger, whose collected lectures on Nietzsche had just appeared in , Deleuze relies heavily on the unpublished notes of the Nachlass.

It is there that Nietzsche interprets the world in terms of "force," that is, as "dynamic quanta" in perspectival "relations of tension.

Thus, in place of a topology of con- cepts which asks, "What is. However, there are three notions in particular that make their first appear- ance in the course of this study that account for the far-reachingimpact of this book.

First, the development of such a theory of force leads to the deeper and properly Deleuzian problematic of difference. For the point of all this talk about force is precisely that there is no force in general without the difference between forces. Nietzsche's critique of the nihilistic enterprise of denying life is thus transformed, in Deleuze's work, into a critique of the egalitarian and "indifferent"tendency of philosophy to reduce differences- a critique, he says, that "operates on three levels: against logical identity, against mathematical equality, and against physical equilibrium: against the threeforms of the undifferentiated" p.

In Derrida, it is this conception of difference that constitutes textuality; in Deleuze, difference "the unequal in itself" -and not, as in Kant, space and time-is the empirical condition by which the identities of the sensible world appear.

Second, Deleuze interpretsthe word powerin the will to power as the genetic element that determines these differentialrelations of force. It is this notion of power and its complex mechanisms that becomes in- creasingly influential in the later work of Michel Foucault "I could give no notion by referencesor quotationswhat this book owes to Gilles Deleuze and the work he is undertaking with Felix Guatarri"[Disciplineand Punish New York: Vintage Books, , p.

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Finally, it is in the complex function of repetition as eternal return that Deleuze locates the affirmation of these free differences and the means by which Nietzsche paradoxically gave identity to difference.

In this new edition, Michael Hardt's foreword examines the profound influence of Deleuze's provocative interpretations on the study of Nietzsche, which opened a whole new avenue in postwar thought.

Overall, the book is a treasure of philosophical apercus.

The Tragic 2. Active and Reactive 3. Critique 4.

From Ressentiment to the Bad Conscience 5. The Overman: Against the Dialective Conclusion Notes.

Michael Hardt is professor of literature and romance studies at Duke University.In this new edition, Michael Hardt's foreword examines the profound influence of Deleuze's provocative interpretations on the study of Nietzsche, which opened a whole new avenue in postwar thought. Greek Anti-Oedipus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia, trans. Chinese Proust in znaki, trans.

Smith Source: Czech Spinoza. Slovenian Masoch a masochizmus. Whence Nietzsche's affirmationof masks, his positive notion of the false, and his insistence that the intellect is merely a caricature of delirium.

David Alli- son [New York: Delta, -but, perhaps more importantly, also remains one of the pivotal texts in Gilles Deleuze's own influential "postmodernist" philosophy. Deleuze, who compares Nietzsche to Baruch Spinoza , considers Nietzsche as one of the greatest philosophers of the 19th century, crediting him with altering "both the theory and the practice of philosophy.

Japanese "Masochismus", trans.

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