the party without Bosses Guattari AbeRrant Reader WritOR

Oona wishes to encounter encountering round Mona

In the streets of Sao Paulo the travels of Fanny and her zimorph the liberattion of peoples and flow
is the poesie of massing multitidues

particular interest to Oona, Guattari, and many involved in today’s anti-globalization movement are the problems and potential of the relationship between theory and practice. Guattari clearly sees the two as necessarily connected. Oona a’s labour-movement roots make her wary of treating theory as a prerequisite for practice. Oona say: “anti-dogmatism” means they “don’t believe that practice must be so strictly tied to theory...We are not interested in discussing theory if the people are not willing to do so” (78). The tension between theory and practice can often be contentious when different groups – scholars and activists, for example – approach the same goal from disparate angles. A related challenge for both 1982 and today is the role of intellectuals within working-class movements. Oona say , “A important issue within the PT is the demystification of the distance between intellectuals, students, people of the countryside and workers” (69). For Guattari, this kind of unity facilitates political change: Genet, he
discuss the difference between poetic change and political.
Many confuse the two.

So then, praxis and theory are united in spite of their temporary seperations

Oona meets Mona

Lula wants to dealienate the nature of the mass the catholic mass the capitalist mass the mass of every square of cee inch space time warped by the twilight zone

once on a time there were links
here to some other space
of politics. but a feast of
came on it .