Unbecoming Human: Philosophy of Animality After Deleuze

Edinburgh University Press (2020)
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Drawing on a wide range of texts - from philosophical ethology to classical texts, and from continental philosophy to literature - Cimatti creates a dialogue with Flaubert, Derrida, Temple Grandin, Heidegger as well as Malaparte and Landolfi explores what human animality looks like, with a particular focus on the work of Gilles Deleuze.

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Fabio Gironi
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