Bruce Baugh is a Professor in the Department of Philosophy, History and Politics at Thompson Rivers University (Kamloops, BC, Canada). He is the author of numerous articles on Gilles Deleuze and Benjamin Fondane as well as the book, French Hegel: From Surrealism to Postmodernism (Routledge, 2003). His translation of Fondane’s philosophical essays, Existential Monday, will appear in April 2016 (NYRB Books). His most recent articles on Deleuze, Fondane and Shestov include: “Deleuze, Guattari and Bergson on the Open Society,” Deleuze Studies (2016; forthcoming); “The Art of Good Encounters: Deleuze, Macherey and Spinoza,” in Christine Daigle and Terrance H. McDonald, eds. (Indiana University Press; forthcoming); “Private thinkers, untimely thoughts: Deleuze, Shestov and Fondane,” Continental Philosophy Review Volume 48, Issue 3 (2015): 313-339; “Actualization: enrichment and loss,” in Karen Houle and James Vernon, eds., Deleuze and Hegel (Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press, 2013), 76-96; “Fondane, Heidegger and the De-struction of Western Metaphysics,” in Michaël Finkenthal, Claire Gruson and Roxana Sorescu, eds., B. Fundoianu–Benjamin Fondane: O nouá lecturá, Iasi University Press (Iasi, Romania: Editura Universitatii A.I Cuza; 2013), 311-44; “Time, Duration and Eternity in Spinoza,” Comparative and Continental Philosophy 2.2 (Fall 2010): 211-33; “Pauvre Kierkegaard: Fondane, Bespaloff et Wahl et la querelle de l’existentialisme”, Cahiers Benjamin Fondane 12 (2009): 88-99; “Penseurs privés, professeurs publics,” Cahiers Benjamin Fondane 11 (2008): 181-91.