- Title Pages
- Chapter 1 Crowned Anarchy-Anarchy-Anarchism – Countereffectuating Deleuze and Guattari’s Politics
- Chapter 2 No Gods! No Masters!: From Ontological to Political Anarchism
- Chapter 3 Absolutely Deterritorial: Deleuze, Indigeneity and Ethico-Aesthetic Anarchism as Strategy
- Chapter 4 Micropolitics and Social Change: Deleuze and Guattari for Anarchist Theory and Practice
- Chapter 5 Deleuze and the Anarchist Tradition
- Chapter 6 Immanent Ethics and Forms of Representation
- Chapter 7 Deleuze and Stirner: Ties, Tensions and Rifts
- Chapter 8 Anarchy and Institution: A New Sadean Possibility
- Chapter 9 Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolves?: Coming to Terms with Deleuze
- Chapter 10 Deterritorialising Anarchist Geographies: A Deleuzian Approach
- Chapter 11 ‘Visible Invisibility’ as Machinic Resistance
- Chapter 12 Pierre Clastres and the Amazonian War Machine
- Chapter 13 From the Autochthonousphere to the Allochthonousphere: Escaping the Logics of Plantations and the Moving Target
- Notes on Contributors
- Deleuze and Anarchism
- Chantelle Gray van Heerden, Aragorn Eloff
- Edinburgh University Press
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