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Re: [ox-en] J Bywater - Deluze a holy fool?

I know the question was not directed at me but when someone refers to 
"the dogmatic communism of Deleuze and Guattari " I really can't help but to 
wonder what the purpose of the article is. My god how could any ready of D&G 
result in characterising them as dogmatic?

On Sunday 08 February 2004 13:01, johan soderberg wrote:
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I wonder what your respons is to the 'Holy Fools' article by Richard

(R.B. criticising Deleuze & Guattari thinking that John has referred to on
the list)

Since both of you have surfaced on Oekonux list and both relate these
theories to GPL, it would be interesting to compare your thoughts. Free
software offers a suitable concrete subject to attach these otherwise airy
abstractions with, which, to me at least, always are close spinning of into
magic (in the negative, mystifying Augusto Boal sense of the word).

Im trying to make my mind up on this, so im greatful for orientation.

sincerely /Johan

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