Molecular revolution :; psychiatry and politics

New York, New York: Penguin, 1984. First American edition. Paperback. White octavo; 308 pages ; 20 cm. Extremely mild rubbing to spine, light sunning to spine, extremely gentle rubbing to creased corners, faint soiling to covers, else Very Good(+). Item #88581

Psychiatry -- Political aspects. || Series: Peregrine books. || Contents: Sepulchre for an Oedipus complex -- 1. Institutional psychotherapy -- Transversality -- The group and the person -- Anti-psychiatry and anti-psychoanalysis -- Mary Barnes, or Oedipus in anti-psychiatry -- Money in the analytic exchange -- Psychoanalysis and the struggles of desire -- The role of the signifier in the institution -- Towards a micro-politics of desire -- 2. Towards a new vocabulary -- Machine and structure -- The plane of consistency -- Intensive redundancies and expressive redundancies -- Subjectless action -- Machinic propositions -- Concrete machines -- Meaning and power -- 3. Politics and desire -- Causality, subjectivity and history -- Students, the mad and 'delinquents' -- The micro-politics of fascism -- Becoming a woman -- Millions and millions of potential Alices -- Social democrats and Euro-communists vis-à-vis the state -- Molecular revolution and class struggle -- Plan for the planet -- Capitalistic systems, structures and processes /with Eric Alliez. || Translated from the French.

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