By Gilles Deleuze, Brian Massumi, Félix Guattari
1000 Plateaus maintains the paintings Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari begun in Anti-Oedipus and has now turn into demonstrated as one of many vintage reports of the advance of serious conception within the past due 20th century. It occupies an enormous position on the middle of the talk reassessing the works of Freud and Marx, advancing an method that's neither Freudian nor Marxist yet which learns from either to discover a wholly new and radical course. It provides an try to pioneer a number of social and mental analyses freed from the philosophical encumbrances criticized by means of postmodern writers. one thousand Plateaus is an important textual content for feminists, literary theorists, social scientists, philosophers, and others attracted to the issues of latest Western culture.
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Nowhere do we claim for our concepts the title of a science. We are no more familiar with scientificity than we are with ideology; all we know are assemblages. And the only assemblages are machinic assemblages of desire and collective assemblages of enunciation. No signifiance, no subjectification: writing to the «th power (all individuated enunciation remains trapped within the dominant significations, all signifying desire is associated with dominated subjects). An assemblage, in its multiplicity, necessarily acts on semiotic flows, INTRODUCTION: RHIZOME D 23 material flows, and social flows simultaneously (independently of any recapitulation that may be made of it in a scientific or theoretical corpus).
The map does not reproduce an unconscious closed in upon itself; it constructs the unconscious. It fosters connections between fields, the removal of blockages on bodies without organs, the maximum opening of bodies without organs onto a plane of consistency. It is itself a part of the rhizome. The map is open and connectable in all of its dimensions; it is detachable, reversible, susceptible to constant modification. It can be torn, reversed, adapted to any kind of mounting, reworked by an individual, group, or social formation.
I know that the periphery is the only place I can be, that I would die if I let myself be drawn into the center of the fray, but just as certainly if I let go of the crowd. This is not an easy position to stay in, it is even very difficult to hold, for these beings are in constant motion and their movements are unpredictable and follow no rhythm. They swirl, go north, then suddenly east; none of the individuals in the crowd remains in the same place in relation to the others. " A very good schizo dream.