In What is Philosophy?, Deleuze and Guattari famously describe philosophy as the creation of concepts. However, nowhere in his work does Deleuze detail what this practice involves for the philosopher themselves. After surveying the fragmentary descriptions of philosophical activity in his work, this chapter proposes a quadripartite account of Deleuzean philosophical practice, involving dispossession, bricolage, coadaption and repetition.
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