Lines, Arrivals, Departures

Bruce Baugh
“Making the Difference: Deleuze’s Difference and Derrida’s Differance”
Social Semiotics Vol 73 No. 29 1997

I like this summarizing statement at the end of the essay that pickups the terms discussed earlier and delivers a nice set of lines to think through…

“There is no possible compromise between Hegel and Nietzsche,” writes Deleuze (1983: 195). Still less can there be a compromise between Deleuze’s difference, the difference of duration, forces and singularities, and Derrida’s deferrals, delays, iterations and transcendences.

Deleuze, G. 1983 Nietzsche and Philosophy Trans. H. Tomlinson.

And so for day 3129

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