“Dark Deleuze” by Andrew Culp

My friend and former roommate, Andrew Culp, has been working on a fascinating project resurrecting the dark side of Deleuze.

Culp’s project is really ambitious, and works against (but in a friendly way) against the much more common “joyous” reading of Deleuze (and Guattari).

Here’s the audio from a talk he gave last year (June 2015) at the University of Washington.

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