The Girl With the Bomb, The Guardian of Dynamite: Notes on the politics of becoming-woman

Excerpt from a piece on D&G, gender, struggle, and communism as the 'real movement' of abolition   1. Identifying the Girl of Russian Terrorism In the tenth chapter of A Thousand Plateaus, '1730: Becoming-intense, becoming-animal...', one is presented with a sequence of memories drawn from such a diversity of individuals and conceptual-personae that the sequence itself appears … Continue reading The Girl With the Bomb, The Guardian of Dynamite: Notes on the politics of becoming-woman

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On the End of History & the Death of Desire (Notes on Time and Negativity in Bataille’s ‘Lettre á X.’)

    To continue from our conclusions regarding the question of what it would mean to love as a communist, we begin from the idea that abolition is what necessary binds communism as real movement to problems encountered in the life of desire, of the heart, of the family. And one key consequence of this … Continue reading On the End of History & the Death of Desire (Notes on Time and Negativity in Bataille’s ‘Lettre á X.’)