I am just rereading Plateaus 6 & 7 (BwO and the Face) with my reading group, Becoming-Poor. Reading them this time through, I felt like I was lifted on a wave of life. Really hopeful chapters, and many things to note, but one in particular relates to an idea I wrote about before, the idea that, as D&G put it in What is Philosophy?:
the victory of a revolution is immanent and consists in the new bonds it installs between people, even if these bonds last no longer than the revolution’s fused material and quickly give way to division and betrayal.
Here, in Plateau 6, they say something similar, although in a different register, in relation to Artaud:
Even if Artaud did not succeed for himself, it is certain that through him something has succeeded for us all.
Tahrir, Spain, Occupy, Bahrain, Syria…or even Spain in the…
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