19 April 2012

Quote of the day, yay!

'These groups are divisible, manifold, permeable, and always optional. A good group does not take itself to be unique, immortal, and significant, unlike a defence ministry or homeland security office, unlike war veterans, but instead plugs into an outside that confronts the group with its own possibilities of nonsense, death, and dispersal “precisely as a result of its opening up to other groups.” In turn, an individual is also a group. In the most natural way imaginable … '

-- Gilles Deleuze, 'Three Group-Related Problems', Desert Islands and Other Texts 1953-1974, Semiotext(e) 2004

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