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6 nov. 2012

L. de Sutter, K. McGee (ed.), "Deleuze and Law", Edimbourg UP, 2012

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Laurent de Sutter and Kyle McGee (ed.)
Deleuze and Law

Edimbourg University Press (Deleuze Connections) Jun 2012, 224 p., Paperback ISBN:9780748644131, £24.99 / Hardback ISBN:9780748644148, £75.00
Présentation éditeur
Your first reference point to find out about Deleuze's philosophy of law

This collection of 11 essays offers insights into Gilles Deleuze’s philosophy of law, investigating new forms of politics, economics and society. It explores the features of Deleuze's universal jurisprudence, the mutual becoming of law and philosophy and reveals law as the most progressive and experimental force of the Modern Age.

Key features
  • Explores the connections between law and other disciplines, including literature, the history of philosophy, political theory and geography
  • Proposes several entirely new theories of Deleuze’s relationship to law
  • Contributors are from a range of disciplinary backgrounds and include academics from British, American and Australian law schools

Introduction, Laurent de Sutter and Kyle McGee;

1. Immanence, transcendence, and the creation of rights, Paul Patton
2. The poetry of black letters: Deleuze and lex amicitia, Peter Goodrich
3. Human rights in Deleuze and Bergson’s later philosophy, Alexandre Lefebvre
4. On ‘cruelty’: Law, literature, and difference, Penelope Pether
5. Law, space, bodies: The emergence of spatial justice, Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos;
6. Institutions and interactions: On the problem of the molecular and molar, Marc Schuilenburg
7. The perception of the middle, Nathan Moore
8. Rhizomatics, the becoming of law, and legal institutions, James MacLean
9. Deleuze and Camus: Strange encounters, Lissa Lincoln
10. Cases against transcendence: Gilles Deleuze and Bruno Latour in defence of law, David Saunders

Postscript: A brief reflection on the universality of jurisprudence, Laurent de Sutter and Kyle McGee

Notes on contributors;