Economía libidinal. Front Cover. Jean-François Lyotard. Saltés, – pages Economia Libidinal · Jean-François Lyotard No preview available – Libidinal economy / Jean-Franc;ois Lyotard: translated by lain Hamilton. Grant. p. cm. -(Theories of contemporary culture). Translation of: L’economie Iibidinale. Libidinal Economy has ratings and 11 reviews. Bradley said: Fascinating, but definitely not known for clarity, or ‘verifiable’ notions of truth. Trut.

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Cover of the first edition. Intensive “exchanges” are ignorant of the constitutive negation of both political economy and natural theology since the libido invests unconditionally. Rummi rated it really liked it Nov 20, Aaron rated it it ligidinal ok Dec 13, Which is by many standards the most peculiar and complex work of ‘Fine ‘Art ever attempted. May-May rated it really liked it Apr 05, Edmund Berger eclnoma it liked it Jan 10, Open Preview See a Problem?

Section is currently based on secondary sources discussing the work. Analysis proceeds upon a misappropriation of anal pleasure, and turns a good shit into Holy Shit.

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Hermes rated it it was amazing May 03, Kellner finds it interesting that Lyotard presents the work of Deleuze and Guattari, and that libidina, Baudrillard, as “brother” critiques. Th Fascinating, but definitely not known for clarity, or ‘verifiable’ lyotadr of truth. Oct 26, Pahail rated it really liked it. Quotes from Libidinal Economy. We take it too seriously when we re- or deify it. The use of economics made by Lyotard is more in depth and helpful than that made by Deleuze and Guattari Lyotard seems to have a pretty good working knowledge of economicsbut ultimately Lyotard’s criticism of Deleuze and Guattari is econma their analysis that the capturing of the libido of the pure production of the desiring machines for the production of surfaces of inscription as the basis for the functioning of the machines of social production can’t be sustained because there are no illegitimate uses for desire.

Economia Libidinal

I liked is amazing and enteresting. He argues that Lyotard’s ideas fconoma “deeply problematic” from the standpoint of critical psychoanalytic theory, and involve questionable assumptions about human subjectivity and agency. After graduation, inhe took up a position teaching philosophy in Constantine in French East Algeria.

Lyotard said that this book was largely misunderstood, or completely neglected poor him because it is magical and it required a lyotatd upheaval of his entire being to see its completion.


By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Mar 30, Pavel rated it it was amazing Shelves: Noa Kim rated it it was amazing Jan 10, It becomes The Shit, libirinal we ponder Its Shitness, and preserve it, abstract from it, worship libixinal image, theorize it, etc.

Lyotard’s central claim is that we both take our shit too seriously and don’t take our shit seriously enough.

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