New York: Columbia University Press, (1995). Translated by Martin Joughin. 0231075804. First English edition with complete number line. Red paper covered boards. Black spine stamped in silver. But for one tiny check mark, this book is unmarked, clean, tight and in very good to fine condition. / Dust jacket is very good to fine. Item #349
This book traces the intellectual journey of a man widely acclaimed as the most important living philosopher in France today. A provocative guide to Deleuze by Deleuze, Negotiations clarifies the key critical concepts in the work of this vital figure in contemporary philosophy, who has had a lasting impact on a variety of disciplines ranging from philosophy and aesthetics to film and psychoanalysis. . . . . A necessary guide for all those attracted to the most significant issues in European thought, Negotiations discusses the relationship between Deleuze's life and his philosophical work, and covers a range of issues including his collaboration with Felix Guattari, the thrust of his social agenda, and his perspective on such contemporaries as Foucault.