Personal Notes on Deleuze & Guattari's A Thousand Plateaus:
Is it possible to understand the human as a spatial entity, as movement through space?
Is there a practical model for human subjectivity without a fixed beginning nor end?
D&G's body is a "desiring machine."
"Bodies without organs" - work without being controlled? Without a centre?
Is Deleuze's desire to think of the possibility of desire itself without thought, without control?
Self as machine = "desiring machines." Machines link up to other things, passing on desire.
Posthuman ecologies of being.