Deleuze and World Politics: Alter-Globalizations and Nomad by Peter Lenco

By Peter Lenco

The imperative argument of this publication is that the univocal ontology and corresponding immanent metaphysics of the French thinker Gilles Deleuze (1925-1995) promises a theoretical viewpoint able to accounting for the advanced nature of global politics.

Drawing on a wide selection of Deleuze’s writings, it develops an intensive research of his ontology and metaphysics as they pertain to middle questions of worldwide politics comparable to strength, id, hierarchy, house, time, territory and the state.

The publication explores the dynamics of up to date global politics and matters by way of concentrating on the ‘anti’ or ‘alter-globalization circulate’ (AGM). It analyses a number of ways to social and political conception which deal explicitly with the AGM together with international governance thought, diplomacy, social circulate concept, Marxism, and post-Marxism. those are contrasted with a bigger Deleuzian conception which are of use while addressing the diffuse, and infrequently paradoxical facets of worldwide politics.

Deleuze’s paintings poses a tremendous problem to standard realizing of world politics and this publication could be of substantial curiosity to these with an curiosity in social and political idea, serious diplomacy and globalization studies.

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