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Crystal and her team head to China to discover the reality concerning the mysterious monoliths referred to as Skyspears. And lending a hand is none except the fantastic SPIDER-MAN!

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It is ‘desiring-production’ that is inventive and creative, not the system of social production which is merely parasitic upon the latter (Deleuze and Guattari, 1984: 36). This is signalled in the continued creativity we see in the domains of art and science in particular, both of which are tolerated forms of ‘creativity’ in the capitalist socius (Deleuze and Guattari, 1984: 378). Desiring production is not derivative or ‘representative’ of something outside of itself, such as the Oedipal triangle or ‘lack’ more generally, but is rather fully creative and autonomous.

Yet far from being a stable ontological reality, society is under modern conditions a conceptual aggregate whose validity and utility for social analysis is itself increasingly in question. qxd 5/17/2006 1:08 PM Page 34 Key Thinkers from Critical Theory to Post-Marxism signification. It is not in ‘society’ that we engage in ‘making/doing’ but in the various and overlapping groups with which we identify. There is of course a ‘society’, but the ability to equate ‘the social’ with relatively homogenous ethnic, linguistic, cultural and religious collectivities is increasingly in question.

Castoriadis’s evocation of a face-to-face community working through the allocation of collective tasks belongs to the world of Godwin and William Morris, not that of transnational flows of production, people, the media, language and indeed politics itself. Too bad for hyper-modernity we may think; but the point is Castoriadis did not see selfmanagement as a step away from modernity. Far from it: as he made clear in, for example, the On the Content of Socialism essays, he saw self-management as a way to overcome the paradoxes and inconveniences of an increasingly bureaucratised as well as an increasingly industrialised world.

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