Forthcoming Book

Just a quick announcement that a book of mine — on Deleuze, in connection with many things, including Adorno, religion/secularism, and metaphilosophy/nonphilosophy — is coming out with Edinburgh UP in December. I’m happy to be able to post the cover at this point.

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The price is rather high, though if the book gets enough attention there’s a chance of a paperback. So please feel free to order on behalf of your library.

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7 Responses to “Forthcoming Book”

  1. Adam Kotsko Says:

    Looks great! Very exciting!

  2. clayton crockett Says:

    Can’t wait to see this in print!

  3. danbarber Says:

    TOC…

    Introduction
    – A Proclamation — Three Trajectories for Deleuze’s Immanence — Deleuze and Philosophy of Religion — Surveying the Argument

    1. Beginning With Difference: Heidegger, Derrida, and the Time of Thought
    – Heidegger’s Difference: A ‘More Originary Way’? — Don’t Think Ahead of Time: From Heidegger to Derrida — What Comes After Différance?

    2. Deleuze: The Difference Immanence Makes
    – The Architecture of Immanence — Re-expression and the Unconditioned Power of Immanence — Giving Intensity to the Mode of Existence — Virtually New — Is Time a Crystal? — Dividing Time — The Autonomy of the Product — The Ethics of Re-expression and the Naming of God

    3. Stuck in the Middle: Milbank, Hart, the Time of Chronos
    – ‘The Dog is in the Garden’: God’s Being and the Meaning of ‘Is’ — Violent Origins — The Interstice and the Accord — Ethics of the Crack — The ‘Suspended Middle’ — Back to the Present

    4. Yoder: From the Particular to the Divine
    – Against the Powers — ‘A Host of Other Free Agents’: Exceeding the Frame — Secular Creativity — Equality With God is Not Something to be Emanated — Time for Re-writing

    5. Adorno: A Metaphilosophy of Immanence
    – The Mediation of Nonidentity — Conceiving the More — ‘We lack creation’: A Deleuzian Metaphilosophy? — Shame, Suffering, and Metaphilosophy — Senseless Animals

    6. Icons of Immanence: Believe the Now-Here, Fabulate the No-Where
    – Bleakness and Belief — Intolerability — The Creation of Real Beings — Communication — Utopia — The Fabulation of Icons

    Conclusion: The Future of Immanence

  4. Adam Kotsko Says:

    This might warrant a fresh post.

  5. Forthcoming Book | Research Material Says:

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