Rather than a real educational goal this Seminar has a sport and therapeutic goal: the climb to the wall of one of the most impressive and problematic texts of philosophy of the Twentieth century and save the student from black despair he can experiencing at reading.
Published in 1972 "Anti-Oedipus," which Deleuze wrote with the psychiatrist Felix Guattari, is a reading experience with traumatic and fruitful. In this season of the Italian renaissance-Lacan "The Anti-Oedipus" became anew a controversial topic, mainly by all the well-wishers who revived the slogan "le père, ou le pire" (either the father or the worse, such as Žižek, for whom this is "the worst book by Deleuze"). "Anti-Oedipus" was the manifesto of a generation of philosophers (as well as writers, artists, students, etc.) who lived May 68 as - these are Deleuze’s words - "an intrusion of the pure real", a hole in the web of social relations. "Anti-Oedipus" meant precisely following the movement of such intrusion in order - says Foucault – to "rid our speech and our acts, our hearts and our pleasures, of fascism".
Written report about reading paths done together and the texts.