Anti-Oedipus: From Psychoanalysis to Schizopolitics by Sylvere Special Editor Lotringer

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But how does it work? How is it efficient? Merely by its force? To the exteriority of desire corresponds the exteriority of repression. Therefore there is, on the one side, an exchangist system whose inscription in the unconscious entails a capacity for general� ized recuperation of any and all excesses and then, nevertheless, but quite foreign to this logic, a capacity for repression. The difficulty is clear: Baudrillard says: I) there is only exchange; 2) an objective repression is nevertheless necessary; 3) this repression is in no way based on the driving elements of the psyche, it is the barbed wire cutting off a closed area.

It is opposed to the idealization of madness (the view that 'mad' is only a devaluating label placed on innocent if disagreeable persons within some institutional context), and thus to the liberal tolerance of the mad. It refuses to humanize madness (to identify it with the alienated essence of humanity derived from German Idealism or existentialism). Nor does it then socialize this alienation by locating it in the family, the reification of commodities, etc. It does not propose to blame the existence of madness on family or society, nor to transfer its cure from the hands of psychiatrists to those of political ideologues who would banish i t from society.

The attachment to a social class refers back to one's role in pro­ duction or antiproduction . There is thus a cathexis of interest which bears on the regime of social syntheses according to the place one occupies within the apparatus. But this cathexis is distinct from the libidinal cathexis which can lead just as easily to the desire for a new soCial body as to the social body in existence. This is an important distinction because the two types of cathexis can be opposed, feeding the contradictions both in the dominant class and in the dominated strata of society .

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