Tag: Deleuze

  • On the Greatness of Marx

    On the Greatness of Marx

    The final book Deleuze was working on before his untimely death, ‘Grandeur de Marx’, has an almost mythical status among followers and readers of Deleuze’s philosophy.

  • Lines of Flight: Possibilities and Organisation

    Lines of Flight: Possibilities and Organisation

    “There are two ways of rejecting the revolution. The first is to refuse to see it where it exists; the second is to see it where it manifestly will not occur.”

  • Deleuze and Guattari Quarantine Collective and Acid Horizon

    Deleuze and Guattari Quarantine Collective and Acid Horizon

    It’s been a busy few weeks for me. Aside from having to finish writing the first chapter of my PhD thesis, submit, take feedback, correct, resubmit, get more feedback, and begin to plan the next chapter, two other pretty amazing things have happened. One is the Deleuze & Guattari Quarantine Collective, which I’ve been privileged […]

  • Post-Capitalist Desire

    Post-Capitalist Desire

    Out of all the many authors whose books and papers I have read, Mark Fisher’s have long held a place close to my heart. His book Capitalist Realism has had a profound effect on the way I see the world, and I’m certainly not alone in that. However, in this post I want to use this […]