le probemO de OeDipe

3, The Problem of Oedipus 154
Incest. The inclusive disjunctions on the full body of the earth. From intensities to extension: the sign. In what sense incest is impossible. The limit. The conditions of coding. The in-depth elements of representation: the repressed representative, the repressing representation, the displaced represented.
4. Psychoanalysis and Ethnology 166 Continuation of the Oedipal problem. A process of treatment in Africa. The conditions of Oedipus and colonization. Oedipus and ethnocide • Those who oedipalize don't know what they're doing. On what is psychic repression brought to bear? • Culturalists and universalis ts: their common postulates. In what sense Oedipus is indeed
universal: the five meanings of limit, Oedipus as one of them. Use, or
functionalism in ethnology. The desiring-machines do not mean anything.
Molar and molecular.
5. Territorial Representation 184
Its surface elements. Debts and exchange. The five postulates of the
exchangist conception. Voice, graphism, and eye: the theater of cruelty
• Nietzsche. The death of the territorial system.
6. The Barbarian Despotic Machine 192
The full body of the despot. New alliance and direct filiation. The
paranoiac. Asiatic production. The bricks. The mystifications of
the State • Despotic deterritorialization and the infinite debt. Overcoding
the flows.
7. Barbarian or Imperial Representation 200
Its elements • Incest and overcoding • The in-depth elements and the
migration of Oedipus: incest becomes possible. The surface elements,
the new voice-graphism relationship. The transcendent object from on
high. The signifier as the deterritorialized sign. The despotic signifier,
and the signifieds of incest. Terror, the law. The form of the
infinite debt: latency, vengeance, and ressentiment e This is still not
Oedipus ...•
8, The Urstaat 217 A single State? • The State as a category. Beginning and origin. The evolution of the State:becoming-concrete and becoming-immanent. 9. The Civilized Capitalist Machine 222 The full body of money-capital • Decoding and the conjunction of decoded flows. Cynicism. Filiative capital and alliance capi- 4 tal. The transformation of surplus value of code into a surplus value of
flux. The two forms of money, the two inscriptions. The falling tendency. Capitalism and deterritorialization • Human surplus value and machinic surplus value. Anti-production. The various aspects of the capitalist immanence • The flows •
10. Capitalist Representation 240
Its elements. The figures or schizzes-flows • The two meanings of the
schiz-flow: capitalism and schizophrenia. The difference between a
code and an axiomatic. The capitalist State, its relationship with the Urstaat • The class. Class bipolarity. Desire and interest. Capitalist deterritorialization and re-territorializations: their relationship, and the law of the falling tendency. The two poles of the axiomatic: the despotic signifier and the schizophrenic figure, paranoia and schizophrenia. A recapitulation of the three great social machines: the territorial, the despotic, and the capitalist (coding, overcoding, decoding) • 11. Oedipus at Last 262 Application. Social reproduction and human reproduction - The two orders of images. Oedipus and its limits. Oedipus and the recapitulation of the three states. The despotic symbol and capitalist images. Bad conscience. Adam Smith and Freud -
1. The Social Field 273 Father and child. Oedipus, a father's idea. The unconscious as a
cycle. The primacy of the social investment: its two poles, paranoia and schizophrenia. Molar and molecular. 2. The Molecular Unconscious 283 Desire and machine. Beyond vitalism and mechanism. The two states of the machine. Molecular functionalism - The syntheses • The libido, the large aggregates and the micro-multiplicities. The
gigantism and the dwarfism of desire. The nonhuman sex: not one, not
two, but n sexes.
3. Psychoanalysis and Capitalism 296
Representation. Representation and production. Against myth and tragedy. The ambiguous attitude of psychoanalysis with regard to myth and tragedy. In what sense psychoanalysis fractures representation, in what sense it restores representation. The requirements of capitalism. Mythic, tragic, and psychoanalytic representation. The
theater. Subjective representation and structural representation
• Structuralism, familialism, and the cult of lack. The destructive task of schizoanalysis, cleansing the unconscious: a malevolent activity • Deterritorialization and re-territorialization: their relationship, and dreams. The machinic indices. Politicization: social alienation and mental alienation. Artifice and process, old earths and the new earth.