This essay attempts to do two things. On the one hand, it aims to clarify Deleuze’s relation to phenomenology and, in particular, to Husserl’s Ideas I. In this regard, the essay attempts to clarify what Deleuze means by sense in The Logic of Sense. On the other hand, the essay attempts to clarify what Deleuze means by event in The Logic of Sense. The two tasks are connected since Deleuze defines sense by event, and this new definition of sense defines Deleuze’s most basic criticism of phenomenology.