I just happened to see this remark while looking for something else altogether, and thought it might be a useful bookmark for myself and anyone else interested in axiomatics.
From Paul A. Bové’s foreword to Deleuze’s Foucault (xxi):
“In The Political Unconscious , Jameson, while arguing that the recent Nietzschean inspired critiques of the dialectic are “misplaced,” tells us that Deleuze and Guattari’s attack on Freudianism in Anti-Oedipus powerfully reminds us of the need for “an immanent or antitranscendent hermeneutic” .
34. (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1981), pp. 21ff.
35. Trans. Robert Hurley et al. (New York: Viking, 1977).