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Preface; Introduction: Geophilosophy; Impasses in Geography and Philosophy; Bodies Politic; Philosophy and Science: Deleuze's Ontology; Complexity Theory; Cartography and Critique; Problems and Solutions; The Virtual as Differentiating 'Idea'; Concepts and Functions; Toward a Geography of Complex Spaces: Emergence; Doing Geography after Deleuze and Guattari; Notes to the Text; Glossary of DeleuzoGuattarian Geophilosophy; Case Study: Entangled Spaces and Semiotics in Olancho; Notes to the Case Study; Bibliography.
Mark Bonta is Assistant Professor of Geography at Delta State University in Cleveland, Mississippi (USA). He is the author of Seven Names for the Bellbird: Conservation Geography in Honduras (Texas A&M, 2003) and co-author of Birding Honduras: A Checklist and Guide (EcoArte, Tegucigalpa, 2003). John Protevi is Associate Professor of French Studies at Louisiana State University. He is the author of Time and Exteriority (Bucknell, 1994); and Political Physics (Athlone, 2001); the editor of The Edinburgh Dictionary of Continental Philosophy (Edinburgh University Press, 2005); and co-author, with Mark Bonta, of Deleuze and Geophilosophy (Edinburgh, 2004). He is currently working on a book on 'political physiology' that will combine cognitive science and post-structuralism.
Key categories and concepts are lucidly discussed ! the book ends with an interesting and helpful appendix. A most valuable book of great use to students of Deleuze and Guattari. -- Keith Ansell Pearson, Professor of Philosophy, University of Warwick Timely and indispensable. -- Edward S. Casey, Leading Professor of Philosophy, State University of New York, Stony Brook Bonta and Protevi have really done a remarkable job of making Deleuze and Guattari's challenging material more accessible for their broadening readership. The glossary is a much-needed contribution to geography as well as scholarship on Deleuze and will undoubtedly prove useful to neophyte and jedi alike. -- Keith Woodward, University of Arizona Area