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  • We are a collection of D&G readers and thinkers who are trying to make our way from where we are into a new mode of processing the events around us. We host dozens of readings, discussions, and more. Please join us live on Discord anytime! Music from Aaron Brown (@aaronbrownsound) Twitter
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  • May 26 2022
    You know that Marx guy? You should read his book. It would be sueful here. Also, in life. Of course it's AO so a million books would be useful. After the overt crtiqiues last week the book dives deeper and goes harder at the way general psychoanalytic thought does more than just oedipalize.
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    2 hrs and 6 mins
  • May 22 2022
    Back on track, we continue down into 4.3 as the critique of psychoanalysis and the relation to it's work within the capitalist socius plays out.
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    2 hrs and 2 mins
  • May 8 2022
    Finally ending Chapter 3, we move back into Oedipus, the way the universal history as built all the parts necessary, and how it all finally comes together. This episode comes after a hiatus thanks to having another child, so expect new episodes more rapidly from here out!
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    1 hr and 57 mins

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waste of time

Slow, rambling and too chatty. Feels like a support group for Deleuze fans with lots of "how do you feel about that?" and "yes, I like what you said," or "I'm trying to wrap my brain around that Body Without Organs concept." - but doesn't get anywhere--or if it gets anywhere I've lost interest with boring roundabout discussions by people who seem to have only a half-knowledge of the subject matter.

It would be nice if someone would publish an audiobook of "Anti-Oedipus" along with Deleuze's other books....

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Excellent project. Close engagement with Texts.

I'm not sure what the other reviewers were expecting but this reading group is a really amazing engagement with the texts of Deleuze and Guattari. This is isn't a one-shot episode sort of podcast. Its an ongoing and evolving discussion that invites participants to participate and ask questions. Agreed, if you are wanting an audiobook or a series of lectures and not a reading group discussion than this may not be for you. I would also love if someone just published audiobook versions of all of D&G works and some of the interesting secondary literature -- but I am not going to hold my breath. The community that has formed up around this project has created a dozen other reading projects with other authors which are all opportunities for folks interested.

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the guy is reading for the first time

and he is not acquainted to either philosophy nor psychology, so I don't think he can really help anyone who wants to read the book with this podcast.