GU4635: Science Fiction Poetics | M. Golston

Undergraduate and Graduate Lecture
MW 6:10-7:25PM

“A book of philosophy should in part be a kind of science fiction. How else can one write but of those things which one doesn’t know, or knows badly? It is precisely there that we imagine having something to say. We write only at the frontiers of our knowledge, at the border which separates our knowledge from our ignorance and transforms the one into the other.” — Gilles Deleuze, Difference and Repetition.

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