facebook posting 2013년 10월 9일.
'There is no political program. "Universal history," Deleuze and Guattari say, has no direction.' (Joe Hughes, Philosophy After Deleuze, Bloomsbury, 2012, p.143)
'Deleuze gives the first passive synthesis a number of different names: habit (DR 73), imagination (DR 71, EP 241), connective synthesis (AO, LS), vibration (WP 168; FB 72) and perception (C1 62) to name only the most prominent. Across this proliferation of names and texts, its function remains constant: it carries out a synthesis of the matter distributed across the first given of Deleuze's system.' (ibid., 38)
I agree with the first quote but not the second one.