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Acknowledgments vii Introduction Part 1. Life: Human and Inhuman Becomings 1. The Inhuman in the Humanities: Darwin and the Ends of Man 2. Deleuze, Bergson, and the Concept of Life 3. Bergson, Deleuze, and Difference Part 2. Disturbing Differences: A New Kind of Feminism 4. Feminism, Materialism, and Freedom 5. The Future of Feminist Theory: Dreams for New Knowledges 6. Differences Disturbing Identity: Deleuze and Feminism 7. Irigaray and the Ontology of Sexual Difference Part 3. Animals, Sex, and Art 8. Darwin and the Split between Natural and Sexual Selection 9. Sexual Differences as Sexual Selection: Irigarayan Reflections on Darwin 10. Art and the Animal 11. Living Art and the Art of Life: Women's Painting from the Western Desert Notes Bibliography Index
Proposes that Darwin's writings are a rich resource for developing a more politicized, radical, and far-reaching feminist understanding of matter, nature, biology, time, and becoming
Elizabeth Grosz is Professor of Women's Studies and Gender Studies at Rutgers University. She is the author of several books, including Chaos, Territory, Art: Deleuze and the Framing of the Earth, as well as The Nick of Time: Politics, Evolution, and the Untimely and Time Travels: Feminism, Nature, Power, both also published by Duke University Press.
"Becoming Undone allows us to hear with new ears the words of Bergson, Irigaray, Uexkull, Deleuze and Guattari, and especially Darwin. The result is a surprising and exciting feminism in conversation with bio-philosophy and art practice--Elizabeth Grosz offers a rich, provocative, not-quite-materialist philosophy of life, matter, and the creative cosmos." Jane Bennett, author of Vibrant Matter: A Political Ecology of Things "With a passionate call for philosophy and feminism to embrace the transformative power of life as difference, Becoming Undone describes with elegant arguments the unexpected legacy of Darwin in the ontology of Bergson, Deleuze, and Irigaray, as well as their promise for an as yet unforeseeable future." Paola Marrati, author of Gilles Deleuze: Cinema and Philosophy "Grosz's book is well written and easily accessible even for someone who does not know a great deal about the theorists with whom she engages." - Lasse Thomassen, Perspectives on Politics