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Deleuze and Foucault had a protracted, advanced and efficient courting, within which every one used to be at a number of occasions an important effect at the different. This assortment combines three unique essays by means of Deleuze and Foucault, within which they reply to every one other's paintings, with sixteen severe essays by way of key modern students operating within the box. the result's a sustained dialogue and research of some of the dimensions of this interesting dating, which clarifies the results in their philosophical encounter.
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He points out its interruption, its gaps, those small things of litde value neglected by philosophical discourse. He carefully reintroduces the barely perceptible omissions, knowing full weIl that they imply an unlimited negligence. Through the insistence of our pedagogical tradition, we are accustomed to reject the Epicurean simulacra as useless and somewhat puerile; and the fàmous batde of Stoicism, which took place yesterday and will reoccur tomorrow, has become cause for amusement in the schools.
Much later on it became known that this democratic figure and state attorney was, in fact, a Stasi agent. 45. Claude Mauriac, Mauriac et fils, 294. 46. Gilles Deleuze, letter to James Miller (7 February 1990). In James Miller, The Passion of Michel Foucault (New York: Anchor Books, 1993),298. 47. See Dosse, Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari: Intersecting Lives, chapter 20, "The Year of Combat: 1977," 362-78. 48. Miller, The Passion ofMichel Foucault, 449n41. 49. Gilles Deleuze, "Grandeur de Yasser Arafat," Revue d'Études Palestiniennes 10 (Winter 1984),41-3.
39. Gilles Deleuze, "Les intellectuels et le pouvoir," DArc49 (4 March 1972), translated as "Intellectuals and Power" in Michel Foucault, Language, Counter-Memory, Practice. 40. Ibid. 289. 41. Judith Revel, interview with the author. 33 BETWEEN DELEUZE AND FOUCAULT 42. Dosse, Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari: Intersecting Lives, chapter 15, "The CERFI at Work," 267-83. 43. Gérard Soulier, interview with the author. 44. Much later on it became known that this democratic figure and state attorney was, in fact, a Stasi agent.