|janm||18 January 1925
|nidhan||4 November 1995
|abhiruchi||Aesthetics, history of Western philosophy, metaphilosophy, metaphysics|
|sanstha||University of Paris VIII|
|ullekhaneeya vichaar||Affect, assemblage, body without organs, deterritorialization, line of flight, plane of immanence, rhizome, schizoanalysis, univocity of being|
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- Deleuze and Parnet, Dialogues II pp.57-8, trans. Hugh Tomlinson and Barbara Habberjam: "Apart from Sartre, the most important philosopher in France was Jean Wahl." Deleuze goes on to credit Wahl for introducing him to English and American thought. Wahl was among the very first to write about Whitehead and James - both arguably very important to Deleuze - in French. The idea of Anglo-American pluralism in Deleuze's work shows influence of Jean Wahl (see also Mary Frances Zamberlin, Rhizosphere (New York: Routledge, 2006))