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The Logic of Vanishing: Becoming in Hegel and Deleuze

@inproceedings{Ford2016TheLO,
  title={The Logic of Vanishing: Becoming in Hegel and Deleuze},
  author={C. Ford},
  year={2016}
}
ion of the concept. For Deleuze, the object that genuinely provokes us does so because it presents us with a reality that exceeds our conceptual resources for recognizing and knowing it. Thus, for transcendental empiricism, it is an object whose “primary characteristic is that it can only be sensed” (DR 139/182); it is the “thesis” of the immediate as such in its “being” (DR 52/74), rather than the categorical being conferred upon it by the understanding. And yet, Deleuze maintains, what can… Expand

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