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The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy now includes an entry on Gilles Deleuze, written by Dan Smith of Purdue and myself. As the entry can be updated, I'd be glad to hear of any suggestions for improvement (keeping in mind that we are already well past the suggested 12K word count!).
Posted at 11:32 AM in Philosophy | Permalink
What a great entry in SEP John! - thanks for all your work on it.
Andrew Murphie |
May 24, 2008 at 08:36 PM
Good deal, in right direction, thanks for all authors
About sо called "Science Wars" epizode in entry
6.3 The “Science Wars” critique
There is one publication in russian magazine "Political class"("Политический класс") by Zemljanoi about (also) russian study called "Deleuze-Guattary Project and Science Wars" - «Проект Делеза-Гваттари и "война наук"» (2006)
Zemljanoi is translator of George Lucacs (and maybe Toni Nеgri`s) works to russian for last years
June 18, 2008 at 05:06 AM
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