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Deleuze and the Animal

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The first volume to address the animal in Deleuze’s work, looking at philosophy, aesthetics and ethics Becoming-animal is a key concept for Deleuze and Guattari; the ambiguous idea of the animal as human and nonhuman life infiltrates all of Deleuze’s work. These 16 essays apply Deleuze’s work to analysing television, film, music, art, drunkenness, mourning, virtual technology, protest, activism, animal rights and abolition. Each chapter questions the premise of the animal and critiques the centrality of the human. This collection creates new questions about what the age of the Anthropocene means by ‘animal’ and analyses and explores examples of the unclear boundaries between human and animal.

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Refereed

  • Yes

Number of pages

352

Publisher

Edinburgh University Press

Place of publication

Edinburgh, UK

ISBN

9781474422734

Editors

Patricia MacCormack, Colin Gardner

Language

  • other

Legacy posted date

2017-06-05

Legacy Faculty/School/Department

ARCHIVED Faculty of Arts, Law & Social Sciences (until September 2018)

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