The Road Thus Far, or What Do the Guides Say? What do other commentators make of Deleuze’s summary/critique of Aristotle? In his Gilles Deleuze’s Difference and Repetition: A Critical Guide and Introduction, James Williams writes: According to Aristotle, difference is more than otherness or diversity—it is opposition. In opposition, it reaches its greatest form in contraries. Furthermore, …

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The Road Thus Far, or What Do the Guides Say? What do other commentators make of Deleuze’s summary/critique of Aristotle? In his Gilles Deleuze’s Difference and Repetition: A Critical Guide and Introduction, James Williams writes: According to Aristotle, difference is more than otherness or diversity—it is opposition. In opposition, it reaches its greatest form in contraries. Furthermore, …

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