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|Born||18 January 1925
|Died||4 November 1995
|Education||University of Paris
(B.A.; M.A., 1947; Doctorat d'Etat ès lettres, 1969)
|Institutions||University of Paris VIII|
Gilles Deleuze ( "zhee duh-LOOZ"); 18 January 1925 – 4 November 1995) was a French philosopher. He wrote about philosophy, literature, movie, and art. His most popular books were the two parts of Capitalism and Scizophrenia. The first part is called Anti-Oedipus (1972), and the second part is called A Thousand Plateaus (1980). Both books were written with his academic partner Félix Guattari. He also wrote Difference and Repetition (1968).
Deleuze was born in Paris and lived there most of his life. He went to school during World War II and later studied philosophy and history at the University of Paris. He started teaching philosophy in 1948, and taught at several universities. He married Denise Paul "Fanny" Grandjouan in 1956.
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