[D-G] D&G on Brexit

Mike Lansing badger2 at mail2world.com
Sun Jan 27 17:46:54 PST 2019

Gilets jaunes is in its 11th week of protest? U.S. media is not
covering it. Mutations of pathic transference should be schizoanalyzed,
because the reaction to Yellow Jackets is now taking on intensity:

27 Jan 2019 Le Monde Au lendemain de l'acte XI des "gilets jaunes"
quelque 10,000 "foulards rouges" ont defile a Paris

Yes, the colors of each Japanese alphabet will be customized to the
whims of each of the children. The translator-barbarian offers comment:

'Guattari: The same holds true with me. But how can I put it, is there
anything more deterritorialized? For example, is the glittering of
raindrops on the surface of macadam pavement not significant for you?
Does this not enter into your workshop? Have you ever tried to "make an
odor dance?" This fragrance is specific to some hour in the late
afternoon, and it is what I would call a hypercomplex object.

Tanaka: Well, I don't fix any materials. They can be water or soil; or
plants just as well. It is better to grasp materials in a bodily sense,
which I call (wind [italics]) in my workshop, because they subsist as a
kind of "common sense." That is why the object is never fixed.

Guattari: But is it done through deterritorialized components? Don't
you use different, trans-semiotic elements, for instance, smells,
sounds, or impressions?

Translator: In this case, the point of view should be changed a little
bit, even while retaining the same words and elements. When Min-san
talks about the wind, it is already made up of very complicated
components. When a body is compressed by wind, if I can relate it to
the question raised by Mr. Guattari, for instance, a case where, unlike
addressing the rain in a Haiku poem, it is already so formulated that
it has a complicated relationship that cannot be reduced to an
abundance of significance. In other words, the body is not semantic.

Guattari: And then, one comes to the issue of site.

Tanaka: It is a question whether we call a space a site or have
materials required to be called a site.'
(Guattari, Machinic Eros)

There are more complications for our schizoanalysis if we take note of
Jean-Luc Nancy's phrase, 'we (are italics])meaning.' (The Gravity of

<-----Original Message-----> 
>From: Johnatan Petterson [internet.petterson at gmail.com]
>Sent: 1/27/2019 12:28:20 PM
>To: deleuze-guattari at lists.driftline.org
>Subject: Re: [D-G] D&G on Brexit
>Reading this makes me think even the most pro-yellow jackets
>politicophilozoers like lundi matin, lack mental mutation.
>If anything large scale happens art&aesthetic paradigm wise , its
>akin to liberal left, with cross-planes of reference, and close to
>scientific universes of references. Yellow jackets are too much
>re-territorialized on continental scales of opinions. Natural States.
>Strange how difficult it is to spot traditional irish ( language)
>on spotify. Social media cannot yet compete with pathic modulations.
>its so hugely invested by teenagers and students in uni. Older
>relativise social media by continental scales of opinions.
>Perhaps there could be a desanckorage of emergent expression, a
>radicalisation and communalisation of pathic modulation, provided the
>social media walls can be gradually erased. Some ten years from now,
>teenagers could have some trouble reterritorialize, some prepare the
>smoothing out of the scales of opinions. The reterritorialization
tools of
>integral capital for instagram followers will look so artificial ; as
>those who will have digged flights of escapes. To those the world will
>so lsd beautiful, so natural. The way we look at hairdressings so dated
>when we see an mtv 80´s videoclip, all these tools of
>of nowadays for the teenager part of the mind. I mean tools like
>snapchat and facebook. They will be dated to this pre-crumble epoch
>of the 2019. We will understand we have lost time with black holes.
>Le dim. 27 janv. 2019 à 1:52 AM, Mike Lansing <badger2 at mail2world.com>
>écrit :
>> 'Do we have to wait for global political transformations before
>> undertaking molecular revolutions that will converge on changing
>> mentalities? We find ourselves in a doubly difficult situation: on
>> hand, society, politics and the economy cannot be changed without a
>> mutation of mentalities; but, on the other hand, mentalities can only
>> be truly changed if global society follows a movement of
>> transformation. The social experimentation on the grand scale that we
>> are advocating will constitute one of the means of escaping from this
>> contradiction.
>> ....
>> On the
>> --
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