Felix Guattari: A Critical Introduction

Felix Guattari: A Critical Introduction
Felix Guattari: A Critical Introduction
Gary Genosko, ""
English | ISBN: 0745328202, 0745328210 | 2009 | 232 pages | PDF | 1 MB

This is an introduction to the thought of the radical French thinker FĂ©lix Guattari. It is ideal for undergraduates and anyone studying political and cultural theory.

Guattari's main works were published in the 1970s and 1980s. His background was in psychoanalysis-he was trained by Lacan and he practised as a psychoanalyst for much of his life. He developed a distinctive psychoanalytic method informed always by his revolutionary politics.

Guattari was actively involved in numerous political movements, from Trotskyism to Autonomism, tackling ecological and sexual politics along the way. A true believer in collectivity, much of his work was written in collaboration, most famously with Gilles Deleuze, with whom he wrote the hugely influential books Anti-Oedipus and A Thousand Plateaus. He also wrote with Antonio Negri and others.

This accessible introduction explores his highly original ideas-including his ground-breaking conception of 'transversal politics'-and the impact his concern with subjectivity had on wider political theory.


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