In the next six pages of his introduction (pp. 5-11), Deleuze reveals two (and teases a third) influence behind the enigmatic argument of his first five pages (See SR 1.1 through 1.7). “There is a force common to Kierkegaard and Nietzsche,” he begins (5). Despite the “considerable, evident and well-known” conceptual and philosophical contrasts between …

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In the next six pages of his introduction (pp. 5-11), Deleuze reveals two (and teases a third) influence behind the enigmatic argument of his first five pages (See SR 1.1 through 1.7). “There is a force common to Kierkegaard and Nietzsche,” he begins (5). Despite the “considerable, evident and well-known” conceptual and philosophical contrasts between …

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So while my partner and I were doing laundry at the local laundromat, the “story” concerning Pew Research Center’s recent study of women in the workforce—certainly more worthy of American TV viewers’ time than the violent and expanding riots in Turkey—compelled both of us (though mostly my partner) to yell, “This isn’t news! Why are …

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It has been some time since I posted something more substantial than a series of photographs or a snippet of poetry. So, in the spirit of continuing my posts on accidentality and the random texts of my post-dissertation reading list, I thought I would turn to Michel Foucault (who is, after all, fundamental to the …

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It has been some time since I posted something more substantial than a series of photographs or a snippet of poetry. So, in the spirit of continuing my posts on accidentality and the random texts of my post-dissertation reading list, I thought I would turn to Michel Foucault (who is, after all, fundamental to the …

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