Multitudes 34 (3):30 (2008)

Guattari is not the only thinker of the post-WWII generation who treated « the subject » as the result of a social process of production : Lacan and Althusser, Deleuze and Foucault were heading in the same direction. Guattari, however, tends to dissolve any individualistic conception of the subject along a political and analytical axis which is not reducible to Lacan’s positions, from whom he clearly distances himself, nor to Deleuze’s, with whom he elaborates a collective work full of friendship and generosity. As a matter of fact, Guattari opens a new and singular field of problematization, with fresh conceptual operators drawn from Marx and Sartre as well as Lacan
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