To Have Done with the Transcendental: Deleuze, Immanence, Intensity

Journal of Speculative Philosophy 32 (3):533-543 (2018)
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“Transcendental empiricism” is a handy catchphrase for describing the philosophy of Gilles Deleuze. It has the advantage of being paradoxical and also placing him in relation to Kant. As handy as it is, it is not without its difficulties. Chief among these difficulties is the precise nature of the “transcendental.” No doubt Deleuze chooses “transcendental empiricism” with Kant in mind, but there is also an important Sartrean element to his choice. In what follows I would like to take up the question of the transcendental in Deleuze, especially as it relates to Sartre’s “transcendental field.” Within this context I argue that despite all of the precautions taken, the transcendental remains ineluctably haunted by a...

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