Art as Authentic Life— Deleuze after Kierkegaard

Arjen Kleinherenbrink
2014 Kritike: An Online Journal of Philosophy  
There is an underappreciated existentialist side to Deleuze's philosophy, which frequently addresses the question of the best mode of existence, and consistently does so in explicit dialogue with Kierkegaard. Where Kierkegaard conceptualizes the possibility of authenticity in terms of the knight of faith, Deleuze arrives at a more impersonal notion of authenticity as an act which results in a work of art purged from subjective connotations.
doi:10.25138/8.2.a.6 fatcat:s6icj3nsxjcaddhnpy7opgh3ve