INDEX
Althusser, Louis, 186, 225n11
antihumanism, 17, 76, 185–186, 187, 189,
194
architecture, 139, 148, 151–152
arts, 73, 140, 143, 151, 168
becoming, 2, 42, 58, 79, 81, 82, 86, 106,
134, 121, 151; and Darwin, 14, 18, 33,
36–37; and culture, 43–45, 49; and
feminism, 14, 18, 33, 167, 193; and
force, 188, 193; and future, 72, 73;
and sexual difference, 174, 177–178,
181–183; theme of, 5–6
Bergson, Henri: on brain, understand-
ing of, 99; on cerebral interval,
100–101; on corporeality, 119–121; in
Creative Evolution, 3, 95, 106; criti-
cism by Merleau-Ponty, 122–124; on
culture, 48; Deleuze on, 93–96, 106;
on duration, 123–124; on evolution,
82, 146; and feminism, 129, 179; influ-
ence on Merleau-Ponty, 116–118, 125,
126–127; on instinct vs. intelligence,
137–138, 143, 149–150, 212; on intellect
and matter, 139; on James, 134; on
life, conception of, 150–151; on mat-
ter, 96, 141; in Matter and Memory,
3, 95, 96, 122; on nature, 119; on the
numerical, 208–209; ontology of,
121, 134; on perception and matter,
105, 118; on perception and memory,
96–98, 100–105; on present, relation
to past, 102–104; on real, relation to
possible, 106–109, 148; on subject,
understanding of, 119; on virtual and
actual, 9, 100, 105, 106, 108–109, 148;
and vitalism, 116, 122–123
binary thought, 6–7, 30, 43, 44, 46–
47, 131, 146; and Darwin, 30; and
Deleuze, 7; and Derrida, 6–7; and
feminism, 45
biology, 4, 9, 35–36, 47, 51, 77–80, 84,
89, 98, 143, 146, 180; and feminism,
13, 27, 171; philosophy of, 115; as
precondition, 14. See also body;
nature
body, 70, 77, 97, 103, 114, 171; and
duality, 120, 122, 123, 146; and plea-
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