Chaosmosis

by Felix Guattari

Chaosmosis

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The final work by Guattari before his death in 1992, this is a radical and challenging work concerned with the reinvention and resingularisation of subjectivity. It attempts to embody effective change, the short circuiting of signification, and the proliferation of sense necessary to engage with non-discursive, artistic, poetic and pathic intensities. It includes critical reflections on Lacanian psychoanalysis, structuralissm, information theory, postmodernism and the thoughts of Heidegg
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The final work by Guattari before his death in 1992, this is a radical and challenging work concerned with the reinvention and resingularisation of subjectivity. It attempts to embody effective change, the short circuiting of signification, and the proliferation of sense necessary to engage with non-discursive, artistic, poetic and pathic intensities. It includes critical reflections on Lacanian psychoanalysis, structuralissm, information theory, postmodernism and the thoughts of Heidegg