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

14 October 2019


From then on, desire will function in two coexisting states: on the one hand it will be caught up in this or that segment, this or that office, this or that machine or state of machine; it will be attached to this or that form of content, crystallized in this or that form of expression (capitalist desire, fascist desire, bureaucratic desire, and so on). On the other hand and at the same time, it will take flight on the whole line, carried away by a freed expression, carrying away deformed contents, reaching up to the unlimited realm of the field of immanence or of justice, finding a way out… These two coexistent states of desire are the two states of the law.

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