Guattari's Conception Of Ecosophy Summary

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In this book, Guattari focus in the three ecologies in his conception of Ecosophy. Guattari’s argument that we have an erroneous conception of ecology of environmental struggle, he proposes ideas such as difference of opinion, political dissidence, Action to stand out again and Result of this action , break-up and the number of components in a system (such as a multiple or a group of energy levels). Also he proposes ideas such as strategies or processes towards a reconstruction of social and individual practices of Ecosophy.

“There is at least a risk that there will be no more human history unless humanity undertakes a radical reconsideration of itself”.

He presents the problem of logical disequilibrium, which threatens the continuation
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The Ecosophy problematic is that of the production of human existence itself in new historical contexts. Guattari Ecosophy seek to balance allied with a reevaluation of what we value, by creating such as ecosophical society requires a reorientation of thought, so that we understand ourselves, the society we live in and the eco system we inhabit as three different scales of ecology, linked by a series of processes.
He presents the problem of logical disequilibrium, which threatens the continuation of life on the planet’s surface. He notes a deteration of individual and collective modes of human life.
Guattari uses term Ecosophy to represent the networked linkage of the environmental ecology, social ecology and mental ecology. The Ecosophy problematic is that of the production of human existence itself in new historical contexts. Guattari Ecosophy seek to balance allied with a reevaluation of what we value, by creating such as ecosophical society requires a reorientation of thought, so that we understand ourselves, the society we live in and the eco system we inhabit as three different scales of ecology, linked by a series of
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The subject is made up of subjectivities which affect and shape the subject. So too, is the subject a part of subject groups or social groups that make change. Shifts in subjectivity are molecular, and result in the becoming of the subject. Guattari believes that these molecular shifts have the potential to overcome the other ecological disasters. But, the pathway is not straightforward, and will require experimentation. It is in this experimental framework that the transformation becomes aesthetic rather than scientific. Like the artist, who is in the midst of a painting, must bifurcate in light of a mistake on the canvas, the subject groups must also bifurcate and transform the social. In light of former social movements this might require starting over - we may need a new canvas for a new painting. Furthermore, we must be careful, so as to not fall back into the destructive repetitions of capitalism and lead to further destruction. Instead, as Guattari

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