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ANTONELLI, Marcelo. Meillassoux and Deleuze on Immanence. Tópicos [online]. 2019, n.38, pp.34-53. ISSN 1666-485X.

French Philosopher Quentin Meillassoux (1967) has become renowned since the publication ofAprès la finitude. Essai sur la nécessité de la contingence in 2006. His work is set within Speculative Realism, a vibrant recent movement in the upsurge, which enhances a realistic ontology. Beyond supporting a materialistic philosophy, Meillassouxhas embraced immanence from the start of his career; this is clearly depicted inhis PhD thesisL’inexistence divine. He especially fostered it further in his article“L’immanence: d’outre-monde” (2009), in which he states that a true philosophy on immanence cannot be based on the thought of finitude, but on the ethics of immortality.Meillassoux contrasts his perspective, apparently paradoxical, of “otherwordly immanence” to contemporary thoughts on immanence, principally Deleuze’s, who made of this concept the scaffolding of his philosophical project. In this article we aim at portraying a confrontation between Meillassoux’s belief in the World of Justice and Deleuze’s proposal of a belief in this world. This shall enable us to shed light on relevant similarities and differences regarding their approaches to immanence and their conception of the bond between philosophy and religion.

Palabras clave : immortality; finitude; transcendence; moral.

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