|SUBJECTIVITY AND MULTIPLICITY IN DELEUZE'S TRANSCENDENTAL EMPIRICISM|
|Written by CARMEN PETCU|
ABSTRACT. Semetsky remarks that, for Deleuze, the states of things are what he called qualitative multiplicities, or relational entities, the analysis of which as a task of philosophy ultimately leads to the invention or construction of concepts anew. Jobst states that Deleuze's philosophy was intended to come into being as a result of relational thinking (one always on the look-out for material derived from non-philosophical realms and practices). According to Deleuze, from the viewpoint of immanence the distinction of essence implies an equality of being. Bryant asserts that Deleuze offers us a metaphysics of transcendental empiricism that would deliver us a concept of difference rather than restricting difference to conceptual difference.
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