Deleuze ve Guattari Düşüncesinde Yersizyurtsuzlaşma ve Siyasal Mekân
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The concept of schizophrenia is regarded as a starting point specific to modern capitalism, since conceptually schizophrenia in Deleuze and Guattari is treated in such a way that it distorts the codes of capitalism against desiring machines and describes the escape from those codes. As a matter of fact, Deleuze and Guattari also entitle their researches schizo-analysis shortly. In this thesis study, an analysis of the space is followed through the critique of schizo-analysis. Many concepts have been tried to be evaluated within the context of modern capitalism and space, especially the concept of deterritorialization. Treating the concept of power over the will to power as politics has led to the concept of desire being treated as a concept restricted to the psychoanalytic ecole from Freud. In this thesis study, especially the effect of desiring-production on the space is wanted to be interpreted. While the important concepts of Deleuze and Guattari philosophy are discussed in the first section, the second sections deals with the concept of constituent space, which is the basic proposal of the thesis. In the third and last chapter, findings of political space thinking are shared hand in hand with the deterritorialization concept. Some concepts such as identity, differance, and recognition are treated in the political space context in the same way that the effect of the technique on capitalism is affected by spatial reason.