Closing remarks: on Deleuze and Heidegger, via Foucault

Jackson, ML
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The University of Auckland

These closing remarks aim to draw on and draw out the theme for this symposium: intuition & expression. While we are familiar with Deleuze’s engagements with philosophical traditions that have developed these notions, we are less familiar with Martin Heidegger’s 1920 (Summer Semester) lecture course titled Phenomenology of Intuition & Expression. My aim is to suggest obtuse relations we can draw between Heidegger and Deleuze. These relations will be introduced via provocations offered by Michel Foucault’s (also less familiar and Heideggerian) Introduction to Kant’s Anthropology.

Deleuze , Heidegger
Intuition and Expression: a one-day symposium and workshop on Gilles Deleuze held at The University of Auckland, Auckland N.Z., 2012-03-31
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