This is an in-depth analysis of dramatization as method in the work of Deleuze and Guattari. It provides an account of the value of this method for the study of the political with particular emphasis on the relationship between politics and art.
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About the Author
IAIN MACKENZIEis a Lecturer in Political Thought at the University of Kent, UK. He is the author of Politics: Key Concepts in Philosophy (2009), The Idea of Pure Critique (2004) and co-editor (with Robert Porter and Benoît Dillet) of The Edinburgh Companion to Poststructuralism (forthcoming).
ROBERT PORTERteaches Cultural and Political Theory at University of Ulster, UK. He is the author of Ideology: Contemporary Social, Political and Cultural Theory (2006), Deleuze and Guattari: Aesthetics and Politics (2009) and co-editor (with Iain Mackenzie and Benoît Dillet) of The Edinburgh Companion to Poststructuralism (forthcoming).
Table of Contents
Acknowledgements Introduction PART I Situating Deleuze and Guattari and Political Theory Dramatization as Critical Method Dramatization:The Ontological Claims PART II Language and the Method of Dramatization Cinema and the Method of Dramatization Events and the Method of Dramatization Conclusion Bibliography Index