Everything you need to understand both Laruelle's critique of difference and his project of non-philosophyGilles Deleuze described Laruelle's thought as 'one of the most interesting undertakings of contemporary philosophy'. Now, Rocco Gangle - who translated Laruelle's philosophy into English - takes you through Laruelle's trailblazing book Philosophies of Difference, helping you to understand both Laruelle's critique of Difference and his project of non-philosophy, which has become one of the most intriguing avenues in contemporary thought. He explains the context within which Laruelle's thought developed and takes you through the challenging argument and conceptual scaffolding of 'Philosophies of Difference'.Laruelle takes up the language of axioms and theorems as basic elea ments of his work subsequent to Philosophies of ... on the other from being conceived ( wrongly) in terms of genus and species, type and token, or thesis and example.
|Title||:||Francois Laruelle's Philosophies of Difference: A Critical Introduction and Guide|
|Publisher||:||Edinburgh University Press - 2013-06-30|