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Libidinal Economy (Athlone Contemporary European Thinkers)

by Jean-François Lyotard

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Published by Athlone Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Human Sexuality,
  • Western philosophy, from c 1900 -,
  • Psychology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages320
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9563095M
    ISBN 100485114208
    ISBN 109780485114201

    Libidinal Economy. In one of Lyotard's most famous books, Libidinal Economy he offers a critique of Marx’s "false consciousness" and claims that the 19th century working class enjoyed being a part of the industrialization process. Lyotard claims that this is due to libidinal : 10 August , Versailles, France.   Jean-François Lyotard’s research on libidinal economy can be of help here. 2 Lyotard exposes the libidinal complements to monetary exchange and the economy. The capitalist economy is a total externality, but our critique of it doesn’t situate us beyond its externality, because our impulses and desires are unconsciously inscribed in the.

    ‘As copiously erudite as it is intellectually ambitious, The Currency of Desire explores the long history of the “libidinal economy” as a potent, figurative force that plays at the intersection between economic rationality and psychic life – interest and identity, profit and loss, saving and spending. Metaphors are “symptoms” of survival, Bennett lucidly argues, in a striking. First published in , Libidinal Economy is a major work of twentieth century continental it, Lyotard develops the idea of economies driven by libidinal energies or intensities which he claims flow through all structures, such as the human body and political or social events.5/5(4).

    Buy Libidinal Economy (Continuum Impacts) New edition by Lyotard, Jean-Francois (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low 5/5(3). The books Libidinal Economy of China and Saluting the Yellow Emperor together with a long row of articles on everything from Taiwanese film to the American fantasies on Song Meiling attempts to map out a field of 'comparative sinography' by investigating how China appears in the global imaginary, symbolic, and real.


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Libidinal Economy (Athlone Contemporary European Thinkers) by Jean-François Lyotard Download PDF EPUB FB2

Libidinal Economy. Is regarded as the most important response to the philosophies of desire, as expounded by thinkers such as de Sade, Nietzsche, Bataille, Foucault and Deleuze and Guattari. It is a major work not only of philosophy, but of sexual politics, semiotics and literary theory, that signals the passage to postmodern philosophy.4/5(18).

Published in by Minuit, Économie libidinale is, of all his work to date, the most creative in its mode of writing and in its theorizing: a stunning, dense, brilliant piece in which Lyotard, ranging from Marxist and Freudian theory to contemporary arts, argues that political economy is charged with passions and, reciprocally, that passions are infused with the political.5/5(2).

Published in by Minuit, Économie libidinale is, of all his work to date, the most creative in its mode of writing and in its theorizing: a stunning, dense, brilliant piece in which Lyotard, ranging from Marxist and Freudian theory to contemporary arts, argues that political economy is charged with passions and, reciprocally, Price: $ Libidinal Economy (Continuum Impacts) Paperback October 1, on *FREE* shipping Libidinal Economy book qualifying offers.

Libidinal Economy (Continuum Impacts) Paperback October 1, Manufacturer: continuum. Published in by Minuit, Économie libidinale is, of all his work to date, the most creative in its mode of writing and in its theorizing: a stunning, dense, brilliant piece in which Lyotard, ranging from Marxist and Freudian theory to contemporary arts, argues that political economy is charged with passions and, reciprocally, that passions are infused with the political.

According to Lyotard, every political economy is libidinal: that intensity has no equivalent in currency does not rid the circuits of capital of the force of libidinal investment.

Intensive "exchanges" are ignorant of the constitutive negation of both political economy and natural theology since the libido invests unconditionally Contents: 1. Fanon’s description of the libidinal economy at work in colonialism is just as relevant to what has come to be known as the rise of neofascism (Hook, ).

There are particularities of European fascism in response to the failing project of the European Union, but what is common to all manifestations of fascism is its need to formalise and totalise, and its.

The libidinal is about both people's desires, fantasies, and pleasures AND their phobias, fears, and violent consumptions. A libidinal economy has to do with which groups a subject is attracted to, which groups it is willing to form alliances with, and which people it is willing to provide affection to.

Where can we see this libidinal economy. In our pursuit of jouissance, we weave the imaginary form we give to these objets, i.e. i(a), into the realities supporting our libidinal economy. These objets, however, are also the objects of the Freudian drive that constellate desire by never wholly covering over the gaps, thus also enabling us to be mindful of the gaps.

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First published inLibidinal Economy is a major work of twentieth century continental philosophy. In it, Lyotard develops the idea of economies driven by libidinal 'energies' or 'intensities' which he claims flow through all structures, such as 4/5(). Libidinal Economy. Is regarded as the most important response to the philosophies of desire, as expounded by thinkers such as de Sade, Nietzsche, Bataille, Foucault and Deleuze and Guattari.

It is a major work not only of philosophy, but of sexual politics, semiotics and literary theory, that signals the passage to postmodern philosophy. Libidinal economy. [Jean François Lyotard] -- This is a philosophical development of the Freudian concept of 'libidinal economy' and one of Lyotard's most important works.

In part a response to Deleuze and Guattari's Anti-Oedipus, it can also be. This is a philosophical development of the Freudian concept of 'libidinal economy' and one of Lyotard's most important works. In part a response to Deleuze and Guattari's Anti-Oedipus, it can also be seen as culminating a line of modern thought ranging from de Sade, Nietzsche and Bataille, to Deleuze, Klossowski, Irigaray and Cixous.

In this Book. The language of money has informed medical, psychological and political theories of sexual desire for at least years. Desire, figured as libidinal energy, represented potential work-power and spending-power and hence a form of personal ‘capital’, an economic resource for both the individual and the : David Bennett.

Libidinal economy. [Jean-François Lyotard] -- "This is a philosophical development of the Freudian concept of 'libidinal economy' and one of Lyotard's most important works.

In part a response to Deleuze and Guattari's Anti-Oedipus, it can also Your Web browser is. Published in by Minuit, Économie libidinale is, of all his work to date, the most creative in its mode of writing and in its theorizing: a stunning, dense, brilliant piece in which Lyotard, ranging from Marxist and Freudian theory to contemporary arts, argues that political economy is charged with passions and, reciprocally, that passions are infused with the political%().

About Libidinal Economy. First published inLibidinal Economy is a major work of twentieth century continental it, Lyotard develops the idea of economies driven by libidinal 'energies' or 'intensities' which he claims flow through all structures, such as the human body and political or social events.

Lyotard, Libidinal Economy, pp. For an analysis of the movement in twentieth-century market research and advertising that applied psychoanalysis to the task of interpellating a citizen-consumer addicted to spending, see David Bennett, ‘Getting the Id to go shopping: psychoanalysis, advertising, Barbie dolls, and the invention of the Cited by: 9.

The Libidinal Economy of Singularity Our media are more and more fascinated by the prospect of “post-humanity” opened up by a direct link between our brain and a digital machine.

To remind readers, this is what is popularly called “Neuralink” and what New Age obscurantists term Singularity, the divine-like global space of shared awareness.

In Libidinal Economy (), a work very much influenced by the Parisian student uprising of MayLyotard claimed that “desire” always escapes the generalizing and synthesizing activity inherent in rational thought; instead, reason and desire stand in a relationship of constant tension.Libidinal Economy (Bloomsbury Revelations) by Jean-Francois Lyotard accessibility Books LIbrary as well as its powerful features, including thousands and thousands of title from favorite author, along with the capability to read or download hundreds of .T1 - Libidinal Political Economy.

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