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I meant history of philosophy books. Sure, call them interpretative books if you want. But when it comes to the history of philosophy, they're as good as it gets.


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Gilles Deleuze from A to Z is on YouTube.

'D for Desire' is a pretty good overview of Anti-Oedipus, but it's funny to hear him stress the simplicity of his and Guattari's concepts when he knows full well the book isn't written the way he explains it in the interview.

There's a good bit in 'G for Gauche' where he says he never became a communist like some of his friends because he couldn't stand the meetings and people going round with petitions.