By Eugene W. Holland
1000 Plateaus is the attractive and influential moment a part of Capitalism and Schizophrenia, the extraordinary collaborative undertaking written via the thinker Gilles Deleuze and the psychoanalyst Félix Guattari. This highly vital textual content is a piece of unbelievable complexity that made an incredible contribution to modern Continental philosophy, but is still rather demanding for readers in a few disciplines.
Deleuze and Guattari's 'A Thousand Plateaus': A Reader's advisor bargains a concise and obtainable creation to this very important and but not easy paintings. Written in particular to fulfill the wishes of scholars coming to Deleuze and Guattari for the 1st time, the publication bargains information on:
- Philosophical and historic context
- Key issues
- studying the textual content
- Reception and impact
- extra reading
Table Of Contents
1. 1000 Plateaus in Context
2. assessment of Themes
3. studying the Text
4. Reception and Influence
5. additional Reading
“Eugene Holland offers a very lucid advisor to crucial issues of Deleuze and Guattari’s 1000 Plateaus. The proliferation of novel techniques and thickets of surprising terminology during this immensely wealthy yet occasionally tricky ebook pose distinct demanding situations to the reader. Following the recommendation of the authors, Holland charts a course throughout the ebook which makes key thoughts obtainable. because of his transparent factors of key suggestions and good selected examples, entry to Deleuze and Guattari’s magnum opus can be a lot easier.” – Paul Patton, Scientia Professor, The college of latest South Wales, Australia,
“Eugene Holland’s incredible publication is much less a statement on 1000 Plateaus than one of those cartography—a map that would permit readers to orient themselves in Deleuze and Guattari's most intricate and wide-ranging paintings, and to begin tracing their very own paths throughout the complicated terrains of the plateaus. hugely recommended.” – Daniel W. Smith, affiliate Professor, Purdue college, USA
“14 years from the book of his Deleuze and Guattari’s Anti-Oedipus, Eugene Holland releases his examining of the second one quantity of Capitalism and Schizophrenia. The virtues now we have come to count on from his writing—which supply a richly educated and meticulous research in their topics and forgo miraculous their readers in want of giving them actual and lucid insights and inspiration—once back emerge during this unprecedented studying of Deleuze and Guattari’s 1000 Plateaus. via deciding on and regrouping 14 of the plateaus at the foundation of the issues they raise—epistemological, ontological, anthropological, moral and political—his unique process exhibits basically the level to which “a booklet of political philosophy” is additionally in a position to comprise the full Deleuzo-Guattarian “theory” in all its breadth and articulations. by way of contextualizing ATP when it comes to time, subject matters, indebtedness and the impact it exercised on texts that got here after it, Holland’s booklet might be of monstrous worth to scholars and pros alike, turning into an fundamental consultant to people who dare pass the not easy plateaus of the second one quantity of Capitalism and Schizophrenia.” – Constantin V. Boundas, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy, Trent college, Ontario, Canada,
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Representation and signification belong to and perpetuate the tree image of thought, imposing a one-to-one (or “bi-univocal”) relation of signification between two terms—whether signifier and signified or sign and referent. Deleuze & Guattari prefer the perspective of Danish linguist Louis Hjelmslev, for whom two planes, the expression-plane and the content-plane, co-exist in what he called “reciprocal presupposition” with one another. Reciprocal presupposition means that neither term has priority or precedence over the other; they are mutually constitutive of one another.
As Nietzsche might ask. —as Deleuze & Guattari themselves ask. Birds self-organize socially by singing songs and marking territories, but they also do so by flocking. What do national anthems and commercial markets as modes of human social organization have to do with these avian social behaviors? How closely do national anthems resemble the territorial songs of birds? And in what sense do market behaviors resemble those of flocks of birds or schools of fish? What degree, if any, of insect social organization remains effective in humans?
Since Deleuze & Guattari view the cosmos precisely as an open system, its tendency toward self-organization was taken as a given—and was in addition readily observable in the evolution of life on earth, an open system with very clear positive net energy gain, coming in this case from the sun. So where Kant replaced God with Man, Deleuze & Guattari replace Man with Life, and beyond Life, with a self-organizing “chaosmos” [cosmos + chaos] whose modes of organization emerge from matter immanently instead of being imposed from above as form or law.