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Deleuze and Language

  • Authors
  • Jean-Jacques Lecercle

Part of the Language, Discourse, Society book series (LDS)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-ix
  2. Jean-Jacques Lecercle
    Pages 1-7
  3. Jean-Jacques Lecercle
    Pages 8-40
  4. Jean-Jacques Lecercle
    Pages 62-98
  5. Jean-Jacques Lecercle
    Pages 99-131
  6. Jean-Jacques Lecercle
    Pages 132-153
  7. Jean-Jacques Lecercle
    Pages 154-173
  8. Jean-Jacques Lecercle
    Pages 202-217
  9. Jean-Jacques Lecercle
    Pages 218-246
  10. Jean-Jacques Lecercle
    Pages 247-257
  11. Back Matter
    Pages 258-274

About this book

Introduction

In the field of philosophy of language, is there life beyond Chomsky? Deleuze's deep distrust for, and fascination with language provide a positive answer - nothing less than a brand new philosophy of language, where pragmatics replaces structural linguistics, and where the literary text and the concept of style have pride of place. This should be good news not only for philosophers, but for linguistics and literary critics as well.

Keywords

language linguistics philosophy of language

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