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Deleuze and the non/human

Author: Hannah Stark; Jon Roffe
Publisher: Hampshire, England : Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Deleuze and the Non/Human brings together leading international voices to consider the place of the philosophy of Gilles Deleuze in the nonhuman turn. It examines recent debates about the figure of the nonhuman in fields such as new materialism, speculative realism, animal studies, and the environmental and ecological Humanities and scrutinizes the debt to Deleuze's work that is evident in these emerging fields.  Read more...
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Deleuze and the non/human
(DLC) 2015002375
(OCoLC)900031261
Named Person: Gilles Deleuze; Gilles Deleuze
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Hannah Stark; Jon Roffe
ISBN: 9781137453693 1137453699
OCLC Number: 907245174
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Introduction: Deleuze and the Non/Human; Jon Roffe and Hannah Stark --
1. Deleuze and the Nonhuman Turn: An Interview with Elizabeth Grosz; Jon Roffe and Hannah Stark --
2. Nonhuman Life; Ashley Woodward --
3. Objectal Human: On the Place of Psychic Systems in Difference and Repetition; Jon Roffe --
4. Human and Nonhuman Agency in Deleuze; Sean Bowden --
5. Beyond the Human Condition: Bergson and Deleuze; Keith Ansell-Pearson --
6. Insects and Other Minute Perceptions in the Baroque House; Undine Sellbach and Stephen Loo --
7. Iqbal's Becoming-Woman in The Rape of Sita; Simone Bignall --
8. Becoming-Animal is a Trap for Humans: Deleuze and Guattari in Madagascar; Timothy Laurie --
9. The Companion Cyborg: Technics and Domestication; Ronald Bogue --
10. Deleuze and Critical Plant Studies; Hannah Stark --
11. Mechanosphere: Man, Earth, Capital; Arun Saldanha --
12. Who Comes After the Posthuman?; Claire Colebrook. Machine generated contents note: --
Introduction: Deleuze and the Non/Human; Jon Roffe and Hannah Stark --
1. Deleuze and the Nonhuman Turn: An Interview with Elizabeth Grosz; Jon Roffe and Hannah Stark --
2. Nonhuman Life; Ashley Woodward --
3. Objectal Human: On the Place of Psychic Systems in Difference and Repetition; Jon Roffe --
4. Human and Nonhuman Agency in Deleuze; Sean Bowden --
5. Beyond the Human Condition: Bergson and Deleuze; Keith Ansell-Pearson --
6. Insects and Other Minute Perceptions in the Baroque House; Undine Sellbach and Stephen Loo --
7. Iqbal's Becoming-Woman in The Rape of Sita; Simone Bignall --
8. Becoming-Animal is a Trap for Humans: Deleuze and Guattari in Madagascar; Timothy Laurie --
9. The Companion Cyborg: Technics and Domestication; Ronald Bogue --
10. Deleuze and Critical Plant Studies; Hannah Stark --
11. Mechanosphere: Man, Earth, Capital; Arun Saldanha --
12. Who Comes After the Posthuman?; Claire Colebrook.
Responsibility: [edited by] Hannah Stark, University of Tasmania, Australia Jonathan Roffe, University of Melbourne, Australia.

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