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Schizoanalyze me!

Trying to balance dissertation research and prepping to teach an ethics class next quarter, I’m finding myself daydreaming about sitting down and reading: 1) The first volume of Knausgård’s My Struggle…or maybe all three that are available in English. 2) … Continue reading

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How does Schizoanalysis Work? or, “how do you make a class operate like a work of art”

Originally posted on Deterritorial Investigations :
“Trees at twilight,” by Jerome Lawrence, a former paranoid schizophrenic “So what is schizo-analysis?” When Lacan finally poses the question, as recounted in The Anti-Oedipus Papers, Guattari doesn’t tell us what his reply, his explanation,…

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Originally posted on Continental Drift:
The Articulation of Political Speech   Clockwise from upper right: Anonymous; Occupy; Global Revolution TV; Critical Art Ensemble . “Every way in is a way out.” – Öyvind Fahlström . Let’s start by defining things…

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The reverse invisible hand

Kotsko’s post reminds me of why schizoanalysis is a solid approach for studying urban redevelopment in South Lake Union. As Eugene Holland writes in the intro to Nomad Citizenship, schizoanalysis gives us a way to explain the relationships between economic … Continue reading

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