Introduction: Pity the Meat?: Deleuze and the Body, Joe Hughes; Deleuzism; 1. Time and Autopoiesis: The Organism Has Not Future, Claire Colebrook; 2. Larval Subjects, Autonomous Systems and E. Coli Chemotaxis, John Protevi; 3. Bodies of Learning, Anna Cutler and Iain MacKenzie; 4. Believing in the World: Toward an Ethics of Form, Joe Hughes; 5. Matter as Simulacrum; Thought as Phantasm; Body as Event, Nathan Widder; Practical Deleuzism; 6. The 'Virtual' Body and the Strange Persistence of the Flesh: Deleuze, Cyberspace and the Posthuman, Ella Brians; 7. 'Be(come) Yourself only Better': Self-transformation and the Materialisation of Images, Rebecca Coleman; 8. An Ethico-Aesthetics of Heroin Chic: Art, Cliche and Capitalism, Peta Malins; 9. Multi-Dimensional Modifications, Patricia MacCormack; 10. Dance and the Passing Moment: Deleuze's Nietzsche, Philipa Rothfield; Notes on Contributors; Index.
Laura Guillaume is a PhD student in International Politics at Aberystwyth University. Joe Hughes is a lecturer in the Department of English, University of Minnesota. He is the author of Deleuze's Difference and Repetition: A Reader's Guide and Deleuze and the Genesis of Representation.
In their collective disquiet, the contents of this volume offer up a number of transdiciplinary positions regarding the matter of the body.--Felicity Colman"Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews" (01/01/0001)