The Guattari Effect
Eric Alliez, Andrew Goffey
Bloomsbury Publishing, Jun 30, 2011 - Philosophy - 320 pages
The Guattari Effect brings together internationally renowned experts on the work of the French psychoanalyst, philosopher and political activist Félix Guattari with philosophers, psychoanalysts, sociologists, anthropologists and artists who have been influenced by Guattari's thought.
Best known for his collaborative work with Gilles Deleuze, Guattari's own writings are still a relatively unmined resource in continental philosophy. Many of his books have not yet been translated into English. Yet his influence has been considerable and far-reaching. This book explores the full spectrum of Guattari's work, reassessing its contemporary significance and giving due weight to his highly innovative contributions to a variety of fields, including linguistics, economics, pragmatics, ecology, aesthetics and media theory. Readers grappling with the ideas of contemporary continental philosophers such as Badiou, Žižek and Rancière will at last be able to see Guattari as the 'extraordinary philosopher' Deleuze claimed him to be, with his distinctive radical ideas about the epoch of global 'deterritorialization' we live in today, forged within the practical contexts of revolutionary politics and the materialist critique of psychoanalysis.
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Chapter 3 On Contemporary Art
Chapter 4 Analysis between Psycho and Schizo
Chapter 5 The Deterritorialized Unconscious
Chapter 6 Maps and Refrains of a Rainbow Panther
Existential Territories among Indigenous Australians
Chapter 11 A Schizoanalytic Knight on the Chessboard of Politics
Chapter 12 Repression Expression Depression
Art and Life in Guattari
Chapter 14 Going to the Cinema with Félix Guattari and Daniel Stern
Chapter 15 Nothing Is Established Forever
Chapter 16 Félix Portraits 2010
The GuattariDeleuze Effect
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