The Deleuze Seminars is a collection of audio recordings, transcriptions, and English translations of, and supplemental materials from, the lectures French philosopher Gilles Deleuze gave during his career at the University of Paris 8.
In the “Anti-Oedipus and Other Reflections” seminar, Deleuze reflects on his well-known book, Anti-Oedipus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia (co-authored with Félix Guattari, 1972; English translation 1977), and other concepts he had been developing up to and at that time.
This seminar consists of 2 lectures given in late May and early June of 1980. Each lecture has been published as an individual dataset consisting of mp3 audio files of the recorded lecture, including an aggregate mp3 of the entire lecture, and a French transcription of the recordings available as both pdf and plain text files.
Les Séminaires de Deleuze sont une collection d'enregistrements audio, de transcriptions et de traductions en anglais et de documents complémentaires des conférences que le philosophe français Gilles Deleuze a donné lors de sa carrière à l'Université de Paris 8.
Dans le séminaire «Anti-Œdipe et autres réflexions» Deleuze réfléchit sur son livre bien connu Capitalisme et Schizophrénie 1. L'Anti-Œdipe (co-auteur de Félix Guattari, 1972 ; traduction anglaise 1977), et d'autres concepts qu'il avait développés jusqu'alors.
Lecture given by French philosopher Gilles Deleuze at the University of Paris 8, 27 May 1980. This is lecture 1 of a 2-lecture seminar Deleuze taught between May and June 1980.
Lecture given by French philosopher Gilles Deleuze at the University of Paris 8, 03 June 1980. This is lecture 2 of a 2-lecture seminar Deleuze taught between May and June 1980.
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This research has been generously supported through a grant from the College of Liberal Arts, Purdue University.
The descriptions of the datasets in this series are based on the meticulous work of Frédéric Astier, whose Les cours enregistrés de Gilles Deleuze, 1979-1987 has catalogued Deleuze’s seminars for those years.
Special thanks to the family of Gilles Deleuze and the University of Paris 8 for permission to reproduce the material published here.
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