This volume explores the relations between the work of Gilles Deleuze, Alfred North Whitehead and Henri Bergson. It examines the articulation between their concepts, methods and modes of philosophy. Themes are examined in the context of the contrasts, differences and conjunctions - the rhizomatic connections - between their shared concepts.
Notes on Contributors Acknowledgements Introduction: Deleuze, Whitehead, Bergson: Rhizomatic Connections; K.Robinson Thinking with Deleuze and Whitehead: a Double Test; I.Stengers Language, Subjectivity and Individuality; M.Halewood Whitehead and Deleuze: Thinking the Event; A.Cloots The Emergence of a Speculative Empiricism: Whitehead Reading Bergson; D.Debaise Deleuze and Whitehead: The Concept of Reciprocal Determination; J.Williams Heterogenesis and the Problems of Metaphysics in Deleuze and Whitehead; A.Goffey Deleuze, Whitehead and the Reversal of Metaphysics; K.Robinson Whitehead and Deleuze on Creation and Calculus; J.C.Dumoncel Gilles Deleuze, Deleuze's Bergson, and Bergson Himself; P.Gunter A Whiteheadian Chaosmos?; T.Clark 'O bitches of impossibility!': Programmatic Dysfunction in the Chaosmos of Deleuze and Whitehead; R.Faber Glossary of 25 Key Terms; K.Robinson Index