Economía libidinal. Front Cover. Jean-François Lyotard. Saltés, – pages Economia Libidinal · Jean-François Lyotard No preview available – Libidinal economy / Jean-Franc;ois Lyotard: translated by lain Hamilton. Grant. p. cm. -(Theories of contemporary culture). Translation of: L’economie Iibidinale. Libidinal Economy has ratings and 11 reviews. Bradley said: Fascinating, but definitely not known for clarity, or ‘verifiable’ notions of truth. Trut.

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Seems to me that, one way or another, shit accumulates on its own.

But in so doing, we forget that it’s The butler did it. Apr 13, Grace rated it did not like it Shelves: Noa Kim rated it it was amazing Jan 10, Charles Hawkins rated it it was ok Apr 29, Jun 25, Chris Nagel rated it it was ok. The specific problem is: James Fitzgerald rated it it was amazing May 26, Oct 26, Pahail rated it really liked it. One could get lost in the thoughtfully constructed labyrinths To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.


Libidinal Economy by Jean-François Lyotard

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. I vastly prefer the cold, arid Postmodern Condition. May-May rated it really liked it Apr 05, May 15, Ryan Sloan rated it it was amazing Shelves: Kellner finds it interesting that Lyotard presents the work of Deleuze and Guattari, and that of Baudrillard, as “brother” critiques.

Open Preview See a Problem? Fascinating, but definitely not known for clarity, or ‘verifiable’ notions of truth. If you like avant-garde or surrealistic philosophy it is definitely worth the effort – but not because it makes sense but because it opens up the imagination. It should be based principally on the book itself Please help improve this section if you can.

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Jan rated it really liked it Mar 03, I liked is amazing and enteresting. Libidinal Economy Cover of the first edition.

One of those books that you re-read parts or sections, take notes in the margins, etc — Essentially a complex ecomoma for the “Human Condition” through the French father of Post Modernism. Matt Clements rated it it was amazing Dec 06, Thanks for telling us about the problem.

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Mar 02, Bradley rated it really liked it. From Marxism to Postmodernism and Beyond. It is a major work not only of philosophy, but of sexual politics, semiotics and literary theory, that signals the passage to postmodern philosophy.


Yeah, okay, and maybe that was really cool inbut Lyotard has to admit that he can’t say why we should only prefer to enjoy shitty shit to Holy Shit, other than to associate Holy Shit with accumulations of all sorts. Lyotard will argue that desire ecoonma be understood via such a distinction, that libido indiscriminately adds parts to the libidinal band, such that there is no alienated desire as such.

Truth results from imagination, expressivity, and there is a certain naive aesthetic exploration that makes this a surrealistic text. That is, we forget to enjoy the shittiness of shit, and even lhotard to enjoy shitting. Dec 24, Phillip rated it it was amazing Shelves: