Deleuze on Cinema

Deleuze on Cinema First published in Routledge is an imprint of Taylor Francis an informa company

  • Title: Deleuze on Cinema
  • Author: Ronald Bogue
  • ISBN: 9780415966047
  • Page: 247
  • Format: Paperback
  • First published in 2003 Routledge is an imprint of Taylor Francis, an informa company.

    One thought on “Deleuze on Cinema”

    1. this is the best of several recent books read on deleuze. this does not mean it is an easier read, as once again this rating reflects how this encourages me through conceptual difficulties of deleuze's work, how inspiring, interesting, remarkable and important. there are others whose interests are more professional, more analytic perhaps- who have found deleuze essentially impenetrable, opaque, meaningless, with far too many terms and far too little logical clarity. this must be why I like him s [...]

    2. I advise to every body, who wants to undersatnd both Deleuze's books on cinema, to read this book. At the end of this book you will find yourself familiar with the most comlexes concepts of Delueze's philosophy of cinema.

    3. I could hardly make heads or tails of Deleuze's maddeningly evocative writing on cinema until I read this. Invaluable.

    4. I could read Delueze til the terrorists win and never understand him. Thank God for this commentary, then, which acts as a necessary go-between for a non-philosophy student like myself.

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