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Deleuze and the Ethical Life

In Deleuze and Interventionism the good father explored Deleuze‚Äôs opposition to the concept of universal moral laws. You may respond that without moral laws there is no way to identify acts as ethical or unethical. Deleuze recognized this problem in the political works he published with Felix Guattari. The pair was… Read more »

Deleuze and Interventionism

The work of many sociologists reflects, at some level, a commitment to universal normative propositions. Bringing the metaethical foundations of these propositions forward for critical investigation has not been the general practice. A self-reflexive examination of their own foundational metaethical beliefs and a consideration of other approaches would seem to be the ethical… Read more »