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11 See Deleuze 1990a: 4–11; 13–21; 23; 35; 12–22; 67–73; 52–7. See also M. Foucault 1977: 165–99; see also G. Deleuze and F. Guattari 1987: 80–3; 85–8; 107–9. 12 See L. Margulis 1981; see also J. Sapp 1994. 13 The distinction between molecular and molar is not a question of scale, but of 41 ABS T RA C T S E X 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 mode of composition involving quality rather than quantity – there are molarities of every magnitude as, for example, the nucleus of the atom. While molecular multiplicities deﬁne local connections between singular particles, molarities imply the aggregation of local singular particles already grouped and rigidiﬁed into a whole.
Unlike the moralist and transcendent perspective, Spinoza’s ethics proposes an immanent conception of nature. See Spinoza 1992. 10 The word ‘virtual’ is derived from the Medieval Latin virtualis, itself derived from virtus, meaning strength or power. In scholastic philosophy the virtual is that which has potential rather than actual existence. See H. Bergson 1991: 127– 31; 210–11. See also G. Deleuze 1988a: 42–3, 55–62, 100–1. 11 See Deleuze 1990a: 4–11; 13–21; 23; 35; 12–22; 67–73; 52–7. See also M.
Deleuze and Guattari (1987: 241) Desire is not in the subject, but the machine in desire – with the residual subject off to the side, alongside the machine, around the entire periphery, a parasite of machines, an accessory of vertebromachinate desire. Deleuze and Guattari (1983: 285) [. ] all elements are contained in all things and pervade everything: since not only is meat a constituent of bread, but bread of vegetables; and all other bodies also, by means of certain invisible pas32 V IRT U AL S E X sages and particles, ﬁnd their way in and unite with all substances in the form of vapor.
Abstract Sex: Philosophy, Biotechnology and the Mutations of Desire (Transversals: New Directions in Philosophy Series) by Luciana Parisi