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Deleuze & Guattari: Anti-Oedipus


Session 1:  The Connective Synthesis of Production
-    Anti-Oedipus, Ch. I
-    Spinoza, Ethics, Pt. I
-    Deleuze, selections from Expressionism In Philosophy

Session 2:  The Disjunctive Synthesis of Recording
-    Anti-Oedipus, Ch. I
-    Saussure, selections from Course In General Linguistics
-    Descartes, selections from Meditations
-    Aristotle, selections from Prior & Posterior Analytics, Topics
-    Hegel, the “Master-Slave Dialectic” from Phenomenology of the Spirit
-    Marx, “Preface” to Critique of Political Economy
-    Gramsci, selections from the Prison Notebooks on “historical bloc” and critique of Marx’s “base”/”superstructure” distinction.

Session 3:  The Conjunctive Synthesis of Consumption
-    Anti-Oedipus, Ch. I
-    Marx, selections from Capital
-    Jameson, selections from Postmodernism
-    Lyotard, selections from Libidinal Economy
-    Goux, selections from Symbolic Economies

Session 4: Desiring-Machines
-    Anti-Oedipus, Ch. II
-    Freud, selections from Three Essays
-    Freud, “The Decline of the Oedipus Complex”
-    Freud, “Drives and Their Destinations.”
-    Freud, “Fetishism”
-    Lacan, “The Signification of the Phallus”

Session 5: Desire Beyond the Libido
-    Anti-Oedipus, Ch. II
-    Freud, “Femininity”
-    Lacan, selections from Seminar XX: Encore
-    Irigaray, selections from This Sex Which Is Not One

Session 6:  The Primitive Territorial Machine
-    Anti-Oedipus, Ch. III
-    Nietzsche, selections from The Genealogy of Morals
-    Levi-Strauss, “The Elementary Structures of Kinship”
-    Rubin, “The Traffic In Women”
-    Derrida, selections from Of Grammatology
-    Grosz, selections from Chaos, Territoriality, Art

Session 7: The Savage Barbarian Machine
-    Anti-Oedipus, Ch. III
-    Marx, selections from Capital
-    De Landa, selections from 1000 Years of Non-Linear History
-    Hobbes, selections from Leviathan
-    Foucault, selections from Discipline and Punish

Session 8: The Civilized Capitalist Machine
-    Anti-Oedipus, Ch. III
-    Hocquenghem, selections from Homosexual Desire
-    Marx, selections from Capital
-    Jameson, selections from Postmodernism
-    Deleuze & Guattari, selections from Kafka

Session 9: An Introduction to Schizoanalysis
-    Anti-Oedipus, Ch. IV
-    Guattari, selections from The Anti-Oedipus Papers
-    Materials on La Borde & the alternative psychiatry movement

Session 10: Economies of Desire
-    Anti-Oedipus, Ch. IV
-    Deleuze, “Coldness and Cruelty”
-    Freud, “The Economic Problem of Masochism”
-    Hocquenghem, selections from Homosexual Desire

Session 11:  The Political Implications of Anti-Oedipus
-    Anti-Oedipus, passim
-    Political essays, interviews w/ D&G from Desert Islands
-    Extended discussion session

Session 12: The Philosophical Implications of Anti-Oedipus
-    Anti-Oedipus, passim
-    Deleuze & Guattari, selections from A Thousand Plateaus
-    De Landa, selections from 1000 Years of Non-Linear History
-    Deleuze & Guattari, interviews from Two Regimes of Madness

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Meta: Snowpiercer

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My [scattered] thoughts on Bong Joon-ho’s Snowpiercer. This was originally just a defence of the film’s ending—which I’ve seen widely criticised—because I think it’s brilliant and necessary and worth defending. But… then there’s everything else.

[major spoilers, of course]

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Lupita Nyong’o's First Vogue Cover, photographed by Mikael Jansson, July 2014
In a very short time, the luminous and talented Lupita Nyong’o has become a fashion icon – dazzling the red carpet last winter in bright, bold, daring fashions as she gathered up most of the awards for her role in 12 Years a Slave. Now she’s a staple at fashion events, as well as the new face of Lancôme. In addition to her heartbreaking, breakthrough performance and her cool sense of style and confidence, she has also delighted film and fashion fans alike with her brightness and intelligence. Hamish Bowles interviews Lupita for the July issue of Vogue, and Mikael Jansson photographs Lupita in various locales in Marrakech as she effortlessly models pieces by powerhouse designers like Ricardo Tisci for Givenchy, Rodarte, and Proenza Schouler.
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Lupita Nyong’o's First Vogue Cover, photographed by Mikael Jansson, July 2014
In a very short time, the luminous and talented Lupita Nyong’o has become a fashion icon – dazzling the red carpet last winter in bright, bold, daring fashions as she gathered up most of the awards for her role in 12 Years a Slave. Now she’s a staple at fashion events, as well as the new face of Lancôme. In addition to her heartbreaking, breakthrough performance and her cool sense of style and confidence, she has also delighted film and fashion fans alike with her brightness and intelligence. Hamish Bowles interviews Lupita for the July issue of Vogue, and Mikael Jansson photographs Lupita in various locales in Marrakech as she effortlessly models pieces by powerhouse designers like Ricardo Tisci for Givenchy, Rodarte, and Proenza Schouler.
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Lupita Nyong’o's First Vogue Cover, photographed by Mikael Jansson, July 2014
In a very short time, the luminous and talented Lupita Nyong’o has become a fashion icon – dazzling the red carpet last winter in bright, bold, daring fashions as she gathered up most of the awards for her role in 12 Years a Slave. Now she’s a staple at fashion events, as well as the new face of Lancôme. In addition to her heartbreaking, breakthrough performance and her cool sense of style and confidence, she has also delighted film and fashion fans alike with her brightness and intelligence. Hamish Bowles interviews Lupita for the July issue of Vogue, and Mikael Jansson photographs Lupita in various locales in Marrakech as she effortlessly models pieces by powerhouse designers like Ricardo Tisci for Givenchy, Rodarte, and Proenza Schouler.
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Lupita Nyong’o's First Vogue Cover, photographed by Mikael Jansson, July 2014
In a very short time, the luminous and talented Lupita Nyong’o has become a fashion icon – dazzling the red carpet last winter in bright, bold, daring fashions as she gathered up most of the awards for her role in 12 Years a Slave. Now she’s a staple at fashion events, as well as the new face of Lancôme. In addition to her heartbreaking, breakthrough performance and her cool sense of style and confidence, she has also delighted film and fashion fans alike with her brightness and intelligence. Hamish Bowles interviews Lupita for the July issue of Vogue, and Mikael Jansson photographs Lupita in various locales in Marrakech as she effortlessly models pieces by powerhouse designers like Ricardo Tisci for Givenchy, Rodarte, and Proenza Schouler.
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Lupita Nyong’o's First Vogue Cover, photographed by Mikael Jansson, July 2014
In a very short time, the luminous and talented Lupita Nyong’o has become a fashion icon – dazzling the red carpet last winter in bright, bold, daring fashions as she gathered up most of the awards for her role in 12 Years a Slave. Now she’s a staple at fashion events, as well as the new face of Lancôme. In addition to her heartbreaking, breakthrough performance and her cool sense of style and confidence, she has also delighted film and fashion fans alike with her brightness and intelligence. Hamish Bowles interviews Lupita for the July issue of Vogue, and Mikael Jansson photographs Lupita in various locales in Marrakech as she effortlessly models pieces by powerhouse designers like Ricardo Tisci for Givenchy, Rodarte, and Proenza Schouler.
asylum-art:

Lupita Nyong’o's First Vogue Cover, photographed by Mikael Jansson, July 2014
In a very short time, the luminous and talented Lupita Nyong’o has become a fashion icon – dazzling the red carpet last winter in bright, bold, daring fashions as she gathered up most of the awards for her role in 12 Years a Slave. Now she’s a staple at fashion events, as well as the new face of Lancôme. In addition to her heartbreaking, breakthrough performance and her cool sense of style and confidence, she has also delighted film and fashion fans alike with her brightness and intelligence. Hamish Bowles interviews Lupita for the July issue of Vogue, and Mikael Jansson photographs Lupita in various locales in Marrakech as she effortlessly models pieces by powerhouse designers like Ricardo Tisci for Givenchy, Rodarte, and Proenza Schouler.
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Lupita Nyong’o's First Vogue Cover, photographed by Mikael Jansson, July 2014
In a very short time, the luminous and talented Lupita Nyong’o has become a fashion icon – dazzling the red carpet last winter in bright, bold, daring fashions as she gathered up most of the awards for her role in 12 Years a Slave. Now she’s a staple at fashion events, as well as the new face of Lancôme. In addition to her heartbreaking, breakthrough performance and her cool sense of style and confidence, she has also delighted film and fashion fans alike with her brightness and intelligence. Hamish Bowles interviews Lupita for the July issue of Vogue, and Mikael Jansson photographs Lupita in various locales in Marrakech as she effortlessly models pieces by powerhouse designers like Ricardo Tisci for Givenchy, Rodarte, and Proenza Schouler.
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Lupita Nyong’o's First Vogue Cover, photographed by Mikael Jansson, July 2014
In a very short time, the luminous and talented Lupita Nyong’o has become a fashion icon – dazzling the red carpet last winter in bright, bold, daring fashions as she gathered up most of the awards for her role in 12 Years a Slave. Now she’s a staple at fashion events, as well as the new face of Lancôme. In addition to her heartbreaking, breakthrough performance and her cool sense of style and confidence, she has also delighted film and fashion fans alike with her brightness and intelligence. Hamish Bowles interviews Lupita for the July issue of Vogue, and Mikael Jansson photographs Lupita in various locales in Marrakech as she effortlessly models pieces by powerhouse designers like Ricardo Tisci for Givenchy, Rodarte, and Proenza Schouler.
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Lupita Nyong’o's First Vogue Cover, photographed by Mikael Jansson, July 2014
In a very short time, the luminous and talented Lupita Nyong’o has become a fashion icon – dazzling the red carpet last winter in bright, bold, daring fashions as she gathered up most of the awards for her role in 12 Years a Slave. Now she’s a staple at fashion events, as well as the new face of Lancôme. In addition to her heartbreaking, breakthrough performance and her cool sense of style and confidence, she has also delighted film and fashion fans alike with her brightness and intelligence. Hamish Bowles interviews Lupita for the July issue of Vogue, and Mikael Jansson photographs Lupita in various locales in Marrakech as she effortlessly models pieces by powerhouse designers like Ricardo Tisci for Givenchy, Rodarte, and Proenza Schouler.

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Lupita Nyong’o's First Vogue Cover, photographed by Mikael Jansson, July 2014

In a very short time, the luminous and talented Lupita Nyong’o has become a fashion icon – dazzling the red carpet last winter in bright, bold, daring fashions as she gathered up most of the awards for her role in 12 Years a Slave. Now she’s a staple at fashion events, as well as the new face of Lancôme. In addition to her heartbreaking, breakthrough performance and her cool sense of style and confidence, she has also delighted film and fashion fans alike with her brightness and intelligence. Hamish Bowles interviews Lupita for the July issue of Vogue, and Mikael Jansson photographs Lupita in various locales in Marrakech as she effortlessly models pieces by powerhouse designers like Ricardo Tisci for Givenchy, Rodarte, and Proenza Schouler.

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