Jean-Clet Martin offers an insightful reading of Deleuze, from the point of view of a student, a reader and a fellow philosopher with whom Deleuze himself corresponded about his work. By providing a philosophical reading of Deleuze by a major philosophical peer, Martin offers the reader a unique analysis of Deleuze's texts. An opening letter-preface by Deleuze to Martin testifies to the confidence that Deleuze had placed in Martin's interpretation of his work.
Jean-Clet Martin is a philosopher. He is the author of several books that relate to the philosophy of aesthetics and science. Constantin V. Boundas is Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, Trent University, Canada. He is an editor and translator of the work of Gilles Deleuze, including an editor of Gilles Deleuze's The Logic of Sense (Columbia University Press, 1991) and translator of Gilles Deleuze's Empiricism and Subjectivity (Columbia University Press, 1991). Susan Dyrkton has worked with Constantin V. Boundas for over 20 years. This translation is their first truly collaborative effort.