Transcript of a short talk I gave @ b-books for the German book launch of Dark Deleuze in Berlin. Introductory Remarks The terms of escape, opacity, and indiscernibility are perhaps three of the most essential concepts that constitute the lexicon of Dark Deleuze; a lexicon that seeks to refute and replace the consensus of Deleuze as a thinker … Continue reading The Human Strike and The Politics of Escape
Marcel Sauvage, "Le Fin de Paris" (1932) The original post has been edited and re-published by some friends at Blind Field - A Journal of Cultural Inquiry. You can read the updated version here.
(Part II of an ongoing project on Clastres, D&G, and revolutionary politics. Additionally, I am indebted to Andrew Culp for the formulation that serves as the introductory section title for this post.) /0/. The Most Savage Fruit of Alienation Despite the revolutionary promise of the nomadic war machines relation to the State, Deleuze and Guattari are … Continue reading The War Machine Is Not Your Friend: Notes on Minoritarian Politics