Concerns and Solutions

Specific Issues And Options

As Deleuze and Guattari famously put it, issues are “undiscussible” and thus “Every thinker runs away when she or he hears someone say, ‘Let’s discuss this.’” (What is Philosophy?, p. 28). “Communication,” Deleuze and Guattari argue, “always comes too early or too late, and in relation to creating, conversation is at all times superfluous.” (What is Philosophy? p. 28). I surprise to what extent philosophers in general would settle for Collins’ declare, and if that is the case what other examples one might give.