[D-G] Politics of desire and the 21st century

Liza Kozner liza_kozner at yahoo.co.uk
Wed May 4 13:58:29 PDT 2005

deleuze will to power anti-oedipus not only 68, also
but also spermatozoÏDS coming from the
historic-schizophrenic soup to which we can rhizome
put our vaginaz into still in various hues and chromos
--- sid littlefield <falsedeity at lycos.com> wrote:
> So, I was reading an article by Badiou that was
> published in Le Monde on the french ban on the hijab
> (islamic headscarf). I was struck by the moments of
> strange conservativism in his tone, but then he
> moved into the critique of sexuality as it exists
> now. And so I wondered (to pick up a thread from an
> earlier discussion here) if the Deleuzian insistance
> on a politics of desire was not a relic of the late
> 60's. Have we not already acheived this
> proliferation of sexual desires and sexual
> identities and found that they interfere very little
> in the movement of Capital. Perhaps I am a little
> turned around here, been reading too many men in
> uncomfortable pants (i.e. Zizek, Lacan, etc.) but
> isn't desire a dead end, or better yet a dead road,
> for politics. 
> Just want the discussion and then we can return to
> the "rhizomatic poetry the sets my soul upon a line
> of flight to great Georgejacksonutopia of escapes
> and failed escapes and lost lusts"
> sid
> -- 
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