The introduction focuses on contextualizing Deleuze’s project as a continuation of the desire to redefine the relation of mitsein outside of homogenizing tendencies characteristic of metaphysical thinking or according to any privileged metanarrative. In this respect, Deleuze joins a line of French thinkers who are suspicious of the Heideggerian language of the proper, origin and belonging. Yet, it is Heidegger who initiates the question of the “we” in the first place, and this tenuous, ambiguous relationship must be navigated. Deleuze stands out in that he utilizes, rather than disavows, the language of a people-to-come initiated by Heidegger.
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