30 Nov 2012

Somers-Hall’s Hegel, Deleuze, and the Critique of Representation. Entry Directory

 

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Henry Somers-Hall


Hegel, Deleuze, and the Critique of Representation. Dialectics of Negation and Difference


Introduction


Part 1: The Problem of Representation


Chapter 1: Deleuze and Transcendental Empiricism

Subdivision 1: Introduction

Subdivision 2: Kant and the Critique of Pure Reason

Subdivision 3: Sartre and the Transcendence of the Ego

Subdivision 4: Deleuze and the Logic of Sense

Subdivision 5: Conclusion


Chapter 2: Difference and Identity

Subdivision 1: Introduction

Subdivision 2: Aristotle

Subdivision 3: The Genus and Equivocity in Aristotle

Subdivision 4: Change and the Individual

Subdivision 5: Aquinas

Subdivision 6: Symbolic Logic

Subdivision 7: Preliminary Conclusions

Subdivision 8: Hegel and Aristotle

Subdivision 9: Zeno

Subdivision 10: Conclusion


Part 2: Responses to Representation


Chapter 3: Bergsonism

Subdivision 1: Introduction

Subdivision 2: Bergson’s Account of Kant and Classical Logic

Subdivision 3: Bergson’s Method of Intuition

Subdivision 4: Bergson and the Two Kinds of Multiplicity

Subdivision 5: Conclusion

Subdivision 6: The Structure of Reflection

 

Chapter 4: The Virtual and the Actual

Subdivision 1: Introduction

Subdivision 2: The Two Multiplicities

Subdivision 3: Depth in Deleuze and Merleau-Ponty

Subdivision 4: Deleuze and the Structure of the Problem

Subdivision 5: Bergson on Ravaisson

Subdivision 6: Conclusion



Chapter 5: Infinite Thought

Subdivision 1: Introduction

Subdivision 2: Kant and Hegel

Subdivision 3: The Metaphysical Deduction and Metaphysics

Subdivision 4: From Being to Essence

Subdivision 5: The Essential and the Inessential

Subdivision 6: The Structure of Reflection

Subdivision 7: The Determinations of Reflection

Subdivision 8: The Speculative Position

Subdivision 9: The Concept of Essence in Aristotle and Hegel

Subdivision 10: Conclusion

 

Part 3: Beyond Representation


Chapter 6: Hegel and Deleuze on Ontology and the Calculus

Subdivision 1: Introduction

Subdivision 2: The Calculus

Subdivision 3: Hegel and the Calculus

Subdivision 4: Berkeley and the Foundations of the Calculus

Subdivision 5: Deleuze and the Calculus

Subdivision 6: Hegel and Deleuze

Subdivision 7: The Kantian Antinomies


Chapter 7: Force, Difference, and Opposition

Subdivision 1: Introduction

Subdivision 2: Force and the Understanding

Subdivision 3: The Inverted World

Subdivision 4: Deleuze and the Inverted World

Subdivision 5: The One and the Many

Subdivision 6: Conclusion

 

Chapter 8: Hegel, Deleuze, and the Structure of the Organism

Subdivision 1: Introduction

Subdivision 2: The Philosophy of Nature

Subdivision 3: Hegel and Evolution

Subdivision 4: Hegel’s Account of the Structure of the Organism

Subdivision 5: Hegel, Cuvier, and Comparative Anatomy

Subdivision 6: Deleuze, Geoffroy, and Transcendental Anatomy

Subdivision 7: Teratology and Teleology

Subdivision 8: Contingency in Hegel’s Philosophy of Nature

Subdivision 9: Conclusion

 

Conclusion




Somers-Hall, Henry (2012) Hegel, Deleuze, and the Critique of Representation. Dialectics of Negation and Difference. Albany: SUNY.

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