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Félix Guattari & The “Molecular Revolution”: Italy, Germany, France

In 1976, the Basque country was restless— certainly on the Spanish side of the border, where ETA,1 the Basque separatist movement, was engaged in an armed struggle against the powers of Madrid. Félix Guattari was dreaming of building a federation …

Félix Guattari & The “Molecular Revolution”: Italy, Germany, France

Drive, Black Hole 2/10/1980

Original Source: https://www.revue-chimeres.fr/IMG/pdf/810210.pdf Translated by Taylor Adkins 7/22/20 F : Freud’s first topographical theories were quite science-based, neurophysiological; then, along the way, these models become quasi-anthropomorphic; the second topographical theory—the ego that struggles with the id and the grimacing personage …

Drive, Black Hole 2/10/1980

New Translation of Félix Guattari’s Seminar “Les Quatres Inconscients 13/01/1981”

Original source: http://1libertaire.free.fr/Guattari10.html.  Translated by Taylor Adkins, 4/12/2020 Félix Guattari: I am always under a little pressure from M., who asks as frequently as possible for some examples. On the other hand, my concern would be to try to delve …

New Translation of Félix Guattari’s Seminar “Les Quatres Inconscients 13/01/1981”

Introduction: Logos or Abstract Machines? (part 2)

If it is true chat abstract machines arise neither from the subject-object phenomenological couple, nor the set-subset logical couple, and consequently escape from the semiological triangle denotation representation-signification, then how do we conceive the possibility of saying anything about them? …

Introduction: Logos or Abstract Machines? (part 2)

Pragmatic/Machinic: Discussion with Félix Guattari [by Charles J. Stivale]

taken from Blackout The following discussion with Félix Guattari took place in his apartment in Paris. With the help of a number of friends, I had prepared a set of questions, and had contacted him to see if he might …

Pragmatic/Machinic: Discussion with Félix Guattari [by Charles J. Stivale]

„This world of wild production and explosive desire“ – The Unconscious and the Future in Felix Guattari

… In the context of science fiction studies Guattari’s interest in Cyberpunkoffers an alternative to Frederic Jameson’s dismissal of the genre as failing to offer anything more than an uncritical celebration of late-capitalism’s technological ubiquity. In fact Guattari offers hisown …

„This world of wild production and explosive desire“ – The Unconscious and the Future in Felix Guattari

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