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Anti-Oedipus : capitalism and schizophrenia

Gilles Deleuze (Author), Félix Guattari (Author), Michel Foucault (Writer of introduction)
"A major work in the development of critical theory in the late 20th century, Anti-Oedipus is an essential text for feminists, literary theorists, social scientists, philosophers, and other interested in the problems of contemporary Western culture."-- Provided by publisher
Print Book, English, 1983
University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, 1983
xxiv, 400 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
9780816612253, 0816612250
1. The desiring-machines
The body without organs
The subject and enjoyment
A materialist psychiatry
The machines
The whole and its parts
2. Psychoanalysis and familialism: the holy family
The imperialism of Oedipus
Three texts of Freud
The connective synthesis of production
The disjunctive synthesis of recording
The conjunctive synthesis of consumption-consummation
A recapitulation of the three syntheses
Social repression and psychic repression
Neurosis and psychosis
The process. 3. Savages, barbarians, civilized men
The inscribing socius
The primitive territorial machine
The problem of Oedipus
Psychoanalysis and ethnology
Territorial representation
The barbarian despotic machine
Barbarian or imperial representation
The urstaat
The civilized capitalist machine
Capitalist representation
Oedipus at last
4. Introduction to schizoanalysis
The social field
The molecular unconscious
Psychoanalysis and capitalism
The first positive task of schizoanalysis
The second positive task
Translation of: L'anti-Œdipe
Reprint. Originally published: New York : Viking Press, 1977