Deleuze Bibliography

Books – Original Publication Date

1953: (1) Empirisme et subjectivité: Essai sur la Nature humaine selon Hume

1962: (2) Nietzsche et la philosophie

1963: (3) La Philosophie critique de Kant: Doctrine des facultés

1964: (4) Marcel Proust et les signes (Title subsequently changed to Proust et les signes, additional chapters added in 1970 and 1976)

1966: (5) Le Bergsonisme

1967: (6) “Le froid et le cruel” in Présentation de Sacher-Masoch

1968: (7) Différence et repetition

1968: (8) Spinoza et le problème de l’expression

1969: (9) Logique du sens

1972: (10) Capitalism et schizophrénie tome 1: l’Ante-Oedipe (with Félix Guattari)

1975: (11) Kafka: Pour une littérature mineure (with F. Guattari)

1976:  (12) Rhizome: Introduction (with F. Guattari) (Printed in revised form in Mille plateaux)

1977: (13) Dialogues (with Claire Parnet)

1978: (14) Sovrapposizioni (with Carmelo Bene) (Translated into French as Superpositions in 1979)

1980: (15) Capitalism et schizophrénie tome 2: Mille plateaux (with F. Guattari)

1981: (16) Spinoza: Philosophie pratique (Expanded reprint of material originally released in 1970)

1981: (17) Francis Bacon: Logique de la Sensation

1983: (18) Cinéma 1: L’Image-mouvement

1985: (19) Cinéma 2: L’Image-temps

1986: (20) Foucault

1988: (21) Le Pli: Leibniz et le baroque

1990: (22) Pourparlers, 1972-1990

1991: (23) Qu-est-ce que la philosophie?

1993: (24) Critique et clinique

Books – English Translation*

1971: (6) Masochism, trans. Jean McNeil (Reprinted by Zone Books in 1989)

1972: (4) Proust and Signs, trans. Richard Howard

1977: (10) Anti-Oedipus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia, trans. Robert Hurley, Mark Seem and Helen R. Lane

1983: (2) Nietzsche and Philosophy, trans. Hugh Tomlinson

1983: (12) On the Line, trans. John Johnston

1984: (3) Kant’s Critical Philosophy: The Doctrine of the Faculties, trans. Hugh Tomlinson and Barbara Habberjam

1986: (18) Cinema 1: The Movement-Image, trans. Hugh Tomlinson and Barbara Habberjam

1986: (11) Kafka, Toward a Minor Literature, trans. Dana Polan

1987: (13) Dialogues, trans. Hugh Tomlinson and Barbara Habberjam (revised and expanded in 2002)

1987: (15) A Thousand Plateaus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia, trans. Brian Massumi

1988: (5) Bergsonism, trans. Hugh Tomlinson and Barbara Habberjam

1988: (16) Spinoza, Practical Philosophy, trans. Robert Hurley

1988: (20) Foucault, trans. Sean Hand

1989: (19) Cinema 2: The Time-Image, trans. Hugh Tomlinson and Robert Galeta

1990: (8) Expressionism in Philosophy: Spinoza, trans. Martin Joughin

1990: (9) Logic of Sense, trans. Mark Lester w/Charles Stivale

1991: (1) Empiricism and Subjectivity, trans. Constantin V. Boundas

1993: (21) The Fold: Leibniz and the Baroque, trans. Tom Conley

1994: (7) Difference and Repetition, trans. Paul Patton

1994: (23) What is Philosophy? Trans. Hugh Tomlinson and Graham Burchell

1995: (22) Negotiations 1972-1990, trans. Martin Joughin

1997: (24) Essays Critical and Clinical, trans. Daniel W. Smith

2004: (17) Francis Bacon: The Logic of Sensation, trans. Daniel W. Smith

* Note: it is only in the mid-eighties that the bulk of Deleuze’s work begins to get translated. The quickest turnaround from original to English edition is the two-year gap between French and English versions of Foucault in 1986 and 1988, respectively. The longest gap is the thirty-eight year period between French and English versions of his first book on Hume, but also note the long wait (twenty-six years) before the English edition of Difference and Repetition. A key work of Deleuze’s (from 1968), it was translated very late in the day. Deleuze’s initially skewed reception in the Anglophone world is related in part to the random order in which his work became available to English-speaking audiences.


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