[Via Jstor het begin van de Introduction:] "This project on a Deleuzian transcendental philosophy is born out of a feeling of astonishment. On the one hand, the theme of the transcendental runs through many of Deleuze’s works, in particular those published between 1962 and 1968. On the other hand, the spirit of Deleuze’s philosophical thought seems so very different from that of Kantian transcendental philosophy: Deleuze does not bother to seek a justification or ground for the possibility of experience and its objects. He does not put together a table of categories, nor does he give any transcendental deduction of a priori conditions. Moreover, in Deleuze, there..." [De Inleiding is in 'n geheel te lezen bij books.google].