There are those who still understand Deleuze to say that individuals and persons must be fixed and numerically distinct substances. They say there must be negative forces of opposition among these individual singularities. They threaten that if there are not these structural-relational forces of negative difference, then we would fall into an undifferentiated black nothingness without any difference at all. How many times does Deleuze tell us that his ‘difference’ has nothing to do with this alternative!? Deleuze warns us time and again of an illusory alternative that Representational thought presents to us: either there is difference which is a difference of negation (opposition or limitation), or we have to settle for an undifferenciated abyss (a black nothingness). Deleuze rejects this alternative of either undifferentiated unformed matter or differentiated formed matter. Rather, to find ‘difference’, we must reach a field of unformed matter that is itself, differentiated..