Cités 40 (4):9 (2009)

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Charles Ramond
Université Paris 8
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Malgré sa très grande renommée, Gilles Deleuze est resté une figure aussi énigmatique que difficile. Très tôt, il avait adopté une forme de retrait aristocratique, s’abstenant autant que possible de participer à des « colloques » universitaires, car, de façon très inattendue pour un philosophe de profession, il ne croyait pas du tout aux vertus ni même aux bénéfices des « discussions..
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