Themes from Brentano

2014.06.39 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Denis Fisette and Guillaume Fréchette, Themes from Brentano, Rodopi 2013, 530pp., $148.50 (hbk), ISBN 9789042037427.
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2014.06.39 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Denis Fisette and Guillaume Fréchette, Themes from Brentano, Rodopi 2013, 530pp., $148.50 (hbk), ISBN 9789042037427. Reviewed by Claudio Majolino, Université de Lille III Brentano ist eine historische Größe -- was keinesfalls heißt ein für allemal erledigt Edmund Husserl In the early Seventies, Michel Foucault famously conjectured that one day the century would turn out to have been Deleuzian.[1] To be sure, what he actually meant by such an enigmatic claim is far from clear. As it has been convincingly argued,[2] his idea was probably not to predict the advent of a Deleuzian "century" but simply to suggest that, at some point, Deleuze's philosophy would become "secular", i.e., no longer limited to highly specialized and almost religious philosophical circles of "Deleuzians". Its themes would attain a wide non-philosophical audience, they would become common currency even among laypeople, and consequently. . .

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