INDEX

a
aboriginal rights see rights
aboriginal title see native title
absolute deterritorialisation see deterritorialisation
abstract machine 42 -5, 57 -8, 66 , 69 , 73 , 88 , 98 -9, 102 , 106 , 110 , 114 , 116 , 118 -20, 122 , 134 -5, 139 ;
of capture 58 , 99 , 102 , 113
action 2 , 52 -3, 55 -6, 60 , 63 -4, 75 , 83 -5, 104 , 133 , 145 ;
free 116 , 122 -3;
upon actions 56 , 59 , 76 -7, 85 , 104
active see affect, force, power
affect 7 , 52 -3, 55 , 71 -5, 78 - 84 , 110 , 133 , 145 ;
active and reactive 75 , 78 -9
affective dimension of power see power
affirmation 4 , 20 , 23 , 30 -2, 42 , 60 -5, 104 , 144 ;
see also difference, negation
Althusser, L. 37 , 45 , 88
analytic of power see power
anarchism 4 , 8 , 105
Ansell Pearson, K. 141 , 143 , 144
Anti-Oedipus:
Capitalism and Schizophrenia1 - 2 , 4 - 7 , 9 , 11 , 49 , 58 , 68 - 73 , 75 , 77 , 88 - 100 , 103 -5, 132 , 136 , 140 , 146
anthropology 65 , 79 , 113 , 117 -19, 122 , 147
apparatus of capture see capture
apprenticeship 19 - 20 , 22 , 24
art 24 , 35 , 72 -3, 110 , 141
Artaud, A. 141
Asch, M. 130 -1, 148
Asiatic production see production
assemblage 6 , 9 , 11 , 42 -6, 53 -4, 69 - 70 , 73 -4, 77 , 79 - 80 , 83 , 86 , 95 , 99 , 101 , 106 -7, 109 -10, 115 , 117 , 135 , 139 , 142 ;
collective 6 , 11 , 42 , 58 , 87 ;
concept of 11 , 42 , 44 , 46 , 85 , 139 ;
conceptual 11 , 133 ;
concrete 45 , 57 , 139 ;
of desire 11 , 42 , 70 , 73 , 77 , 136 ;
of enunciation 6 , 11 , 42 , 44 , 58 ;
machinic 1 , 9 , 11 , 42 , 69 , 71 -3, 77 , 109 ;
political 45 , 107 ;
rhizomatic 17 , 116 ;
social 11 , 58 , 111 , 133 ;
territorial 11 , 122 -3;
theory of 9 , 36 , 42 , 45 , 47 , 49 , 57 , 83 ;
two kinds of 42 -3, 111 ;
of the war-machine type 109 -11, 113 -14, 116 -20
axiomatic 26 , 48 , 58 , 94 -8, 100 , 102 -3, 105 , 107 , 128 , 134 , 143 , 146 , 148 ;
of flows 7 , 95 , 102 , 134 ;
immanent 26 , 102 ;
see also capitalist axiomatic
axiomatic system 7 , 26 , 48 , 94 , 96

b
Bataille, G. 90
Battersby, C. 145
Baudrillard, J. 141
Beckett, S. 76
becoming 1 , 7 -1, 14 , 27 , 31 , 34 -5, 42 , 47 -8, 53 -5, 62 , 64 , 66 , 68 , 70 , 74 -5, 78 - 83 , 85 -6, 100 , 106 , 108 - 10, 117 , 119 , 126 , 129 , 134 -6, 142 , 143 , 145 , 147 ;
animal 78 - 82 , 142 ;
conceptual 14 , 27 , 78 ;
double 79 ;
imperceptible 78 , 86 ;
indigenous 126 , 129 ;
master 55 , 64 ;
minor 7 , 48 , 66 , 80 -2, 110 , 134 -5;
nomad 117 ;
other 70 , 75 , 79 - 80 , 85 ;
politics of 143 , 145 ;
revolutionary 7 - 8 , 48 , 83 , 134 ;
woman 75 , 78 , 81 -2

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