François Laruelle’s Philosophies of Difference: A Critical Introduction and Guide

François Laruelle’s Philosophies of Difference: A Critical Introduction and Guide

Rocco Gangle


Everything you want to comprehend either Laruelle’s critique of distinction and his undertaking of non-philosophy

Gilles Deleuze defined Laruelle’s proposal as ‘one of the main attention-grabbing undertakings of up to date philosophy’. Now, Rocco Gangle – who translated Laruelle’s philosophy into English – takes you thru Laruelle’s trailblazing publication Philosophies of Difference, supporting you to appreciate either Laruelle’s critique of distinction and his venture of non-philosophy, which has turn into some of the most exciting avenues in modern inspiration. He explains the context during which Laruelle’s inspiration built and takes you thru the hard argument and conceptual scaffolding of ‘Philosophies of Difference’.

  • Critiques philosophical distinction as a complete and the three particular versions handled via Laruelle: Nietzsche-Deleuze, Heidegger and Derrida
  • Situates Philosophies of Difference in the remainder of Laruelle’s paintings and modern eu thought
  • Explains the foremost shift from philosophy to non-philosophy which makes Laruelle so interesting to philosophers today
  • Shows how Laruelle impacted at the paintings of Deleuze and Badiou and the Speculative Realism movement

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