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I wrote this up for the sake of having a link that I could slap on my Furcadia bio, make up your own interpretation of what this site is, because I sure as hell haven't a clue.


Machines are a fundemental aspect of Deleuzian analysis. Put simply, a machine seeks connection with other machines. One of the first analogies we're provided with in Anti-Oedipus is the connection between the two machines that are a baby's mouth, and their mother's breast. We can take this further by describing the linkage between the machines of a baby's mouth, and the rest of their body, the energy that is provided through milk. If you want to go even further, you can take a look at the way a society functions, both internally and externally. Internally, a society is simply a mass of machines. Machines of people, machines of groups, of organizations, machines of movement. Externally, a society can be a machine in and of itself, working alongside and connecting with the machines of other societies, or of nature. A machine seeks connection with other machines.

Rhizomes and Trees

Will complete later.