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These other acts of thinking cannot be considered legitimate under the model of recognition. The model of recognition perpetuates prejudices about what thinking is and denies those cases in which someone does not think in same way or is not able to recognize the truths “everybody” recognizes. As a result, this model does not even permit a critical stance. In what follows, I show in detail why Deleuze thinks Kant has a narrow conception of thinking and what is restrictive about Kant’s view. Deleuze claims that Kant’s dogmatism follows from the method he employed.

In this way, Kant closes the door to acts of thinking that may not be directed toward recognition. Deleuze argues that Kant’s approach of tracing transcendental conditions from the empirical follows a more general pattern of tracing problems from solutions. In chapter 3 of Difference and Repetition he explains how this pattern tends to turn up in the history of philosophy, including as early as Aristotle (DR 157-158). Deleuze says that philosophers have often thought of solutions as being expressed by propositions.

Nothing can occur that is unexpected. Deleuze himself takes the notion of system from Kant in order to account for the internal relation of subject and object. He wants to retain the fact that it accounts for the relation between objects and the relation between judgments such that they are not just fragments. However, the notion of system will have to be transformed in Deleuze so that it is not totalizing. In developing his own notion of system Deleuze will retain the theory of transcendental Ideas but transform them.

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