“The history of ideas should never be continuous; it should be wary of resemblances, but also of descents or filiations; it should be content to mark the thresholds through which an idea passes, the journeys it takes that change its nature or object.”

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A Thousand Plateaus: "Becoming-Intense, Becoming-Animal, Becoming-Imperceptible" pg 234
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