Saturday, June 13, 2015

Extraordinary Discourse 229


…not an 'interview' or a 'conversation' -although it has elements of both. It grows in many directions, without an overall ordering principle. To use Deleuze's terms it is the book as war-machine, the book as 'rhizome'. There is no hierarchy of root, trunk and branch, but a multiplicity of interconnected shoots going off in all directions. It is therefore both an explanation and an exemplification of 'Deleuzian pluralism'.
Hugh Tomlinson
Barbara Habberjam
Translator's Introduction
Deleuze, Dialogues II

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