Translating Theory, or the Difference Between Deleuze and Foucault (Translator's Introduction); Acknowledgements; Abbreviations; FROM THE ARCHIVE OF THE DIAGRAM; 1. A New Archivist (The Archaeology of Knowledge); 2. A New Cartographer (Discipline and Punish); TOPOLOGY: 'THINKING OTHERWISE'; 3. Strata or Historical Formations: the Visible and the Articulable (Knowledge); 4. Strategies or the Non-stratified: the Thought of the Outside (Power); 5. Foldings, or the Inside of Thought (Subjectivication); Appendix: On the Death of Man and Superman; Notes; Index.
Gilles Deleuze was Professor of Philosophy at the University of Paris VIII.
"'Perhaps one day this century will be known as Deleuzian.' -- Michel Foucault 'Certainly the most original and authoritative comment on Foucault to date... a portrait of Foucault as a truly new kind of thinker, an 'inside' perspective on Foucault's project that will be difficult to surpass.' -- Teaching Philosophy"