Amid Spinoza meets the classes taught by Gilles Deleuze about the work of the Dutch philosopher. This second edition complete the course with classes and class fragments that were not published in the first.
How to reconcile for a reading and an illiterate comprehension of Spinoza with the fact that it is one of the philosophers that the apparatus is more detailed concepts of the world? Deleuze accompanies us on this double reading. On the one hand, a close reading of the sources and rigorous distinction of concepts, an investigation into the conditions of thought in the seventeenth century. But Deleuze never tires of saying again and again that none of that sense if you have not put the level at which Spinoza put it: life. Why Spinoza called "ethics" to its ontology? With that question Deleuze is forced to remain in a plane in which the philosophy becomes one with the problems ...read more