Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari: Kafka; Toward a Minor Literature

14 October 2019

Everything is desire, the whole line is desire, both in those who dispose of a power and repress and in those who are accused and undergo power and repression… One would be quite wrong to understand desire here as a desire for power… There isn’t a desire for power; it is power itself that is desire. Not a desire lack, but despite plenitude, exercise, and functioning, even in the most subaltern workers... And the desire that someone has for power is only his fascination with gears, his desire to make certain, his desire to make certain of these gears go into operation, to be himself one of those gears.

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