In the opinion of the English research Institute, Deleuze offers unprecedented ways to map the immanence of mind, body and world, and to revaluate literature, film and other fields of computing.
In fact, Deleuze argues that our brains are embodied in the flux of the material world. Film, literature, painting, hypertexts, philosophy and politics are each a distinctively embodied thought process. The machinic assemblage of text and reader is part of the larger flux of material forces through time. Perception takes place on a direct, visceral level rather than at a subjective level. We think as well as feel directly, through movement on our nerve–endings.
The study of Deleuze opens up new ways of thinking which replace being with becoming.