[D-G] Re: Politics of desire and the 21st century
Dr. Harald Wenk
hwenk at web.de
Sat May 7 14:02:49 PDT 2005
I understand your point. Old fashioned as I am, I express it as
the substition of wishes of hearts by "desires", which causes
indeed a lot of private and political trouble.
Am Thu, 5 May 2005 19:24:34 -0400 schrieb Jeremy Livingston
<jeremy.livingston at gmail.com>:
> On Wed, 04 May 2005 08:30:40 -0800, "sid littlefield" wrote:
>> 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.
> Proliferation of desire does not a politics make. A great deal of
> progress has been made, and is being made, toward a transformation of
> politics, towards its infusion with desire (sexual or otherwise); to a
> large extent, desire is also still deployed in spite of politics. But
> in any event, we have yet to see a politics that takes desire as its
> object. We still thrive on the politics of indignation; we have not
> yet had done with judgment.
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