|Dimensions||21.6 × 13.9 × 2.5 cm|
General – Trade / Code: K
‘Disorganisation & Sex’ argues that the sexuality of psychoanalysis is not a reductive materialism, but an archaic remainder that cannot be colonised, endlessly disorienting meaning in our everyday lives. It is our proximity to this terrain that undoes our most tedious habits, and opens onto something revelatory. If sex only ever achieves partial satisfactions, fragments of pleasure, its pursuit creates our subjectivity and our world. Psychoanalysis keeps the subversive possibility of sex alive in an age of cheap pleasures and empty transgressions.