The vertigo of philosophy: Deleuze and the problem of immanence

Kerslake, Christian (2002) The vertigo of philosophy: Deleuze and the problem of immanence. Radical Philosophy, 113 . pp. 10-23. ISSN 0300-211X

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This article presents a revised version of material derived from Kerslake's PhD dissertation (Middlesex, 2001), The Problem of Immanence in Kant and Deleuze. There is a Reply to the article, along with a Response by the author, ‘Copernican Deleuzeanism: A Justification', in Radical Philosophy 114 (July/August 2002), pp. 29–31 and 32-33, respectively.

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