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Anti-Oedipus

&

the

Collective Liberation of Desire

 

"Some people say that the social turmoil in the United States during the 1960s, or in France in '68, was a spontaneist event, transitory, marginal and that such a utopian revolution leads nowhere. But in my opinion, important things began happening only after that revolution, which perhaps was the last revolution in the old style."

Felix Guattari

 

 


A a short introduction to Anti-Oedipus and overview of Deleuze & Guattari's concept of revolutionary desire as it relates to political collectivity and the dynamics of group formations.

 

Saturday July 31st 2004

at

Flor y Canto

6 PM

www.florycanto.org

 


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