This book is the product of many fruitful discussions that we have had together over many years, as well as discussions we continue to have as scholars of philosophy and visual culture. We have both been excited and frustrated by Deleuze, and we both continue to enjoy the cut and thrust of the debate over his work and are genuinely thankful that we were introduced to a philosopher who could make so many new thoughts arise on us. We have resolved to help others understand what we consider to be the most important concepts that Deleuze developed, and we hope that this guide is successful in introducing new thinkers to Deleuze and his work. We hope the reader will not stop at this book but remain thirsty for more by and on Deleuze, as we do.
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