Philosophy After Deleuze providesa concise and accessible introduction to Deleuze in relation to philosophicalinquiry. The book shows how Deleuze's work contributes to contemporary debatesin each of the major areas of philosophy: metaphysics, ethics, aesthetics, andpolitical philosophy. Hughes begins by examining Deleuze's style, aiming toexplain and justify Deleuze's often complex and challenging use of language byplacing it within a discussion of the ends and methods of philosophicalinquiry. He goes on to examine each of the major fields of philosophy throughDeleuze's key concepts, showing how Deleuze challenges, articulates andcontributes to contemporary debates in a way that has practical applicationsfor anyone doing philosophy today. This is the ideal introduction to Deleuzefor any student of philosophy.