By Miguel de Beistegui
Miguel de Beistegui identifies the impetus and driver in the back of Deleuze's philosophy and its strategies. by means of returning Deleuze's proposal to its source—or, following Deleuze's personal vocabulary, to what he calls the development of that thought—Beistegui extracts its internal consistency: immanence. Chapters facing the prestige of idea itself, ontology, common sense, ethics, and aesthetics exhibit the way within which immanence is learned in most of these classical domain names. Beistegui eventually argues that immanence is an unlimited job and that transcendence is the competition with which philosophy will continually have to reckon.
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From the point of view of immanence, the distinction of essence does not exclude, but rather implies, an equality of being: it is the same being that remains in itself in the cause, and in which the effect remains as in something else. There is a further fundamental difference between the two causes. indd 33 7/6/10 13:55:59 immanence – deleuze and philosophy universal of Being (or Substance), but only one of its many characters, emanation is a theology, or an onto-theology, for which the One is necessarily beyond Being.
No doubt because it was the most dangerous theme: when God begins to be envisaged as an immanent cause, there is no longer any possibility of distinguishing clearly between it and its creatures, between the cause and the effect. In the whole history of heresies, the accusation of immanentism was the most damning, and the confusion of God and his creatures amounted to the most serious fault. 18 Although given from the start, as the horizon and the demand of philosophy, immanence couldn’t be realised, nor manage to find a place within the concepts of philosophy, so long as it remained subordinated to a version of transcendence.
In that respect, it is an extension of Spinoza’s expressionism: it is concerned with the manner in which Substance produces its own attributes, and then its own modes. indd 42 7/6/10 13:55:59 Ontology I: Genesis in connection with Spinoza, Deleuze characterises as the two levels of expression. 53 Difference is now the transcendental horizon of all beings, or the condition of existence (and not possibility) of phenomena. Notes 1. WP, 50/49. 2. See Deleuze’s ‘Lettre à Michel Cressole’. The letter was first published in La Quinzaine littéraire, no.