"It is high time that we had a book like this: not only does Bryant read Deleuze as a philosopher; his is a reading done by a philosopher. . . . Bryant proposes an original interpretation of Deleuze's philosophical work, concentrating on Deleuze's magnum opus, Difference and Repetition, and using the theme of 'transcendental empiricism' as his guiding thread. . . . The result is a persuasive and nuanced interpretation of the ontology that lies at the core of Deleuze's philosophical work."
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—Daniel W. Smith, Purdue University
About the Author
Levi R. Bryant is a professor at Collin College in Frisco, Texas. His work focuses on the contemporary theory, Freudian-Lacanian psychoanalysis, and the history of philosophy.