An account of the concept of revolution in the work of Deleuze and Guattari Much has been written on Deleuze and Guattari's political philosophy in the last 15 years. Now, Returning to Revolution is the first full-length work to date on their central concept of revolution and its emergence alonside the most influential revolutionary movement of the 21st century: Zapatismo.We are witnessing the return of political revolution. Not a return to the classical forms of revolution: the capture of the state, the political representation of the party, the centrality of the proletariat or the leadership of the vanguard. Rather, after the failure of such tactics over the last century, revolutionary strategy is now headed in an entirely new direction.Key Features: Outlines the theoretical and practical origins of the return to political revolutionProvides the first full-length account of Deleuze and Guattari's relationship to a concrete revolutionary struggle
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