Organs Without Bodies: Deleuze and Consequences

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Psychology Press, 2004 - Literary Criticism - 217 pages
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Introduction: An encounter, not a Dialogue; Deleuze; The Reality of the Virtual; Becoming versus History; Becoming-Machine; Un jour, peut-etre, le siecle sera empiriomoniste?; Quasi-Cause; Spinoza; Kant, Hegel: Hegel 1: Taking Deleuze from Behind; Hegel 2: From Epistemology to Ontology... and back; Hegel 3: The Minimal Distance; The Torsion of Meaning; A Comic Hegelian Interlude: Dumb and Dumber; The Becoming-Oedipal of Deleuze; Phallus; Fantasy; RIS; On the Permanent Actuality for Revolutionary Cultural Politics of President Mao Ze Dong's Slogan Long Live the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution; Consequences; Science: Cognitivism with Freud; Autopoiesis; Memes, Memes Everywhere; Against Hyphen-Ethics; Cognitive Closure?; Little jolts of enjoyment; Art: The Talking Heads; Kino-Eye; Hitchcock as Anti-Plato; The Cut of the Gaze; When the Fantasy Falls Apart; I, the truth, am speaking; Beyond Morality; Politics: the Ongoing Soft Revolution; A Yuppie Reads Deleuze; Micro-Fascisms; Netocracy; Blow against the Empire; The Liberal Fake; How to Live with Catastrophes?; A Modest Proposal for an Act in the Middle East
  

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Some interesting/useful ideas submerged in the usual sea of Zizekian navel-gazing. Read full review

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Barely mentions Deleuze, so you are really really going to have to read between the lines here to get at any points addressing him. Some people don't realize that Deleuze's idea of the BwO started ... Read full review

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Slavoj Zizek is a researcher at the University of Ljubljana. He teaches and lectures frequently in the United States and in Europe. Among his books are Enjoy Your Symptom!, Opera's Second Death, and On Belief, as published by Routledge.

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