Caputo on Deleuze Reading Group: Post 2a of 7
The second half of Caputo's audio lecture on Ch. I "Difference in Itself." This lecture in particular is my favorite so far, and touches on Deleuze's process orientation (and I am convinced now more than ever that Whitehead and Deleuze are in no way a "false combination"), Deleuze's connection to Aristotle, Duns Scotus, Leibniz, Hegel, Spinoza, and ultimately to Plato and Nietzsche. I think Caputo is abit off on equaling pantheism with panentheism, but overall this lecture is very, very good. Just the best so far.