Gilles Deleuze | Critical Essay by Frederic Jameson

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Critical Essay by Frederic Jameson

SOURCE: “Marxism and Dualism in Deleuze,” in South Atlantic Quarterly, Vol. 96, No. 3, Summer, 1997, pp. 393-416.

In the following essay, Jameson investigates the impact of Marxism on Deleuze's philosophy.

We begin, as one so often does, without necessarily wanting to, with Hegel (heaven only knows if we will also end up in the same place). The motto will be Hegel's prescient analysis of the situation of thought in modern times, which he contrasts to the situation of nascent philosophy in ancient Greece:

The manner of study in ancient times differed from that of the modern age in that the former was the proper and complete formation of the natural consciousness. Putting itself to the test at every point of its existence, and philosophizing about everything it came across, it made itself into a universality that was active...

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