Capitalism and Schizophrenia I

@inproceedings{Deleuze1983CapitalismAS,
  title={Capitalism and Schizophrenia I},
  author={Gilles Deleuze and F{\'e}lix Guattari},
  year={1983}
}
Labor as represented in private property has, as its correlate, subjective abstract Desire as represented in the privatized family. Psychoanalysis undertakes the analysis of this second term, as political economy analyzes the first. Psychoanalysis is the technique of application, for which political economy is the axiomatic. In a word, psychoanalysis disengages the second pole in the very movement of capitalism, which substitutes the infinite subjective representation for the large determinate… 

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