A decade before his death in 1992, French activist and radical psychoanalyst Felix Guattari visited Brazil and interviewed Lula (Luis Inacio Lula da Silva), trade unionist and leader of the new formed Brazilian Workers' Party (PT). This is the outcome of this summit of radicals. Their discussion addresed the decline of socialism in France, the importance and prospects of the Workers' Party, the history of counter-hegemonic and anti-military struggles in Brazil, the Brazilian Gdansk, and the originality of the PT. Includes a lengthy introduction by Gary Genosko, on Guattari's political theory in relation to the anti-globalization movement and the rethinking of empire, and commentary on the 2002 Brazilian election.
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Gary Genosko is an independent writer, editor and cultural critic. He is the author of McLuhan and Baudrillard: The Masters of Implosion (Routledge 1999), Undisciplined Theory (Sage 1998), and Baudrillard and Signs: Signification Ablaze (Routledge 1994); and the editor of The Guattari Reader (Blackwell 1996), among other works. He teaches social and political theory at Lakehead University, and has written extensively on the life and work of activist-intellectual Felix Guattari.
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Book Description Arbeiter Ring Pub, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 120 pages. 7.25x5.25x0.25 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # 1894037189
Book Description Arbeiter Ring, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111894037189