Deleuze and Guattari’s Philosophy of ‘Becoming-Revolutionary’
Raniel S.M. Reyes, Author

This book reconstructs Deleuze and Guattari's micropolitics toward a philosophy of ‘becoming-revolutionary'. It provides novel ways to comprehend their political philosophy, through a critical engagement with Chantal Mouffe's theorization of radical democracy, Michael Hardt and Negri's diagnosis of Empire, Franco Berardi's analysis of semiocapitalism, the Philippine Party-List System Act, and the ASEAN Integration Project, to name a few. These initiatives aim to examine, expand, and challenge Deleuzo-Guattarian philosophy against the backdrop of various present-day predicaments and practices that perpetually allow people to choose their own oppression. Furthermore, the book embarks on an invigorating journey through philosophy, politics, cultural studies, and contemporary events, searching for new modes of thinking and resistance that carry with them the radical potentials of a revolution-to-come. Through the philosophy of becoming-revolutionary, the book endorses the cultivation of new concepts, subjectivities, and relations, capable of subverting advanced capitalism and other kinds of ethical fascism toward a people- and world-to-come.

Cambridge Scholars Publishing
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