Auteur: Guattari, Félix & Suely Rolnik
Titel: Molecular revolution in Brazil
`Molecular Revolution in Brazil' documents the conversations, discussions, and debates that arose during the trip, including a dialogue between Guattari and Brazil's future President Luis Ignacia Lula da Silva, then a young gubernatorial candidate. Through these exchanges, Guattari cuts through to the shadowy practices of globalization gone awry and boldly charts a revolution in practice. Assembled and edited by Rolnik, `Molecular Revolution in Brazil' is organized thematically; aphoristic at times, it presents a lesser-known, more overtly political aspect of Guattari's work. Originally published in Brazil in 1986 as `Micropolitica: Cartografias do desejo', the book became a crucial reference for political movements in Brazil in the 1980s and 1990s. It now provides English-speaking readers with an invaluable picture of the radical thought and optimism that lies at the root of Lula's Brazil.
2008, 495 pag., Euro 20,75
Semiotext(e), New York, ISBN 9781584350514
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