Deleuzian politics? A roundtable discussion

New Formations - ISSN 0950-2378
Volume 2009 Number 68

Deleuzian politics? A roundtable discussion
Eric Alliez, Claire Colebrook, Peter Hallward, Nicholas Thoburn, pages -

Abstract

A discussion on Deleuze and politics with topics covered including: Deleuze’s relationship to Marxism and capitalism; the political valency of the concept of deterritorialisation; the implications of Deleuzian thought for theorisations of collectivity and identity; its implications for thinking about revolution, universality and the party form; the problems of desire and the decision; issues of ecology and the implications of vitalism for them; problems of political strategy and organisation; the legacy of the invasion of Iraq.

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Eric Alliez, Claire Colebrook, Peter Hallward, Nicholas Thoburn (2009) Deleuzian politics? A roundtable discussion, New Formations, 2009(68), -

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