Buddies Without Organs is a podcast by Sean Pearce, Matt Colquhoun and Corey J. White, three buddies interested in the philosophical works of Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari.
Deleuze and Guattari are notoriously difficult thinkers. Together, Sean, Matt and Corey hope to improve their understanding of their works and open up new lines of flight for others in the process — all through the medium of friendship!
The 'Buddies Without Organs' podcast theme tune was written and recorded by George Rennie.
Episode #04: The Geology of Morals
God is a lobster, or a double pincer, a double bind. Deleuze and Guattari, A Thousand Plateaus This week, Sean and Matt are joined by a new buddy, Corey! Together, they talk about what is likely the most notorious text in Deleuze and Guattari’s oeuvre. Topics covered include geology, North Korea, theory-fiction and the humiliationContinue reading "Episode #04: The Geology of Morals"
Episode #03: Desiring-Machines
Snow on the peaks and upper slopes, gray rock down into the valleys, swatches of green, boulders, firs. It was sopping cold, the water trickled down the rocks and leapt across the path. The fir boughs sagged in the damp air. Gray clouds drifted across the sky, but everything so stifling, and then the fogContinue reading "Episode #03: Desiring-Machines"
Episode #02: Plane of Immanence
Only friends can set out a place of immanence as a ground from which idols have been cleared. Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari, What is Philosophy? Only friends…? What about… Buddies? This week, Sean and Matt talk about the weather, philosophizing between buddies, and the limits of thought. Listen below or, alternatively, find us onContinue reading "Episode #02: Plane of Immanence"
Episode #01: Body Without Organs
Welcome to the inaugural episode of Buddies Without Organs. We began our adventure with our podcast’s namesake — the body without organs. Listen below or, alternatively, find us on Spotify, iTunes , Soundcloud, Podbean and YouTube. If you would like to read along with us, this discussion was primarily based on the sixth chapter ofContinue reading "Episode #01: Body Without Organs"