Deleuze's struggle against transcendence and criticisims about it

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In this study, I first studied the undecidability of transcendence and immanence. Then, I studied the demarcation problem between transcendence and immanence with its results in philosophy. Thirdly, I touched on the idea of the death of philosophy in relation to this demarcation problem. Fourthly, I tried to present Deleuze's dualist approach to concepts and I also studied Hume's effect on the emergence of this dualist approach. As the fıfth, I tried to relate the demarcation problem to ethics, concepts and the future of philosophy. Finally, I presented questions and criticisms about both Hume's and Deleuze's views on immanence and ethics.


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Citation Formats
K. Tıbık, “Deleuze’s struggle against transcendence and criticisims about it,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2006.