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Deleuze and Anarchism$
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Chantelle Gray van Heerden and Aragorn Eloff

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9781474439077

Published to Edinburgh Scholarship Online: January 2020

DOI: 10.3366/edinburgh/9781474439077.001.0001

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‘Visible Invisibility’ as Machinic Resistance

‘Visible Invisibility’ as Machinic Resistance

(p.202) Chapter 11 ‘Visible Invisibility’ as Machinic Resistance
Deleuze and Anarchism

Christoph Hubatschke

Edinburgh University Press

This chapter discusses Deleuze, Guattari and anarchism in terms of contemporary anarchist praxis. Specifically, Christoph Hubatschke thinks about the politics of the face. In the wake of the events of 1968, Guattari, impressed by this extraordinary revolutionary upheaval, wrote a short text entitled Machine and Structure. In this text, Guattari introduced the notion of the machine for the first time in order to describe a new form of chaosmotic organising – a form of revolutionary politics without a party, without a specified programme and, most importantly, without representation.

Keywords:   masks, fabulation, faciality, non-representation, the machine, machinic

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