Reading Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari’s Anti-Oedipus can be a difficult task for the most enlightened critical theorist. The 300+ page book that dismantles the roots of psychoanalysis can be even more difficult when all you know about the matter is that Freud’s nephew marketed cigarettes to women under the assumption that they all wanted a dick in their mouth.
Really, watch The Century of the Self.
But in all seriousness, a book that seeks to dismantle the theory that we want to all sleep with our mothers and kill our fathers is bound to involve some out-of-context gems. So why not ruin critical theory and turn everything into GIFs?
We’ve taken one swipe at it before in our piece Tobias Funke: Schizoanalrapist. And now we provide you with part 2. All quotes are real.
And a Buster Bluth special.