From: Loren Dent <lorendent@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 12 Oct 2000 00:57:54 -0500
according to the Eribon book, Foucault and Deleuze split over a
disagreement surrounding a German lawyer's right to represent a german gang
that had committed murders. ( forget the details)... Foucault only
defended the historically determined right for a lawyer to defend a client
while Deleuze and Guattari defended those the lawyer represented as
well. Foucault referred to the gang as "terrorists"...
more info on the specificity of this event would be great.
At 05:06 PM 10/11/00 -0400, Celestri97@xxxxxxx wrote:
>Deleuze's pro-Palestinian stance led to his falling out with Foucault. I
>wonder what effect that had on their work.