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Such immanent relations, instead of acting out roles given to them by some real or imaginary third party in the role of a transcendent scriptwriter, are capable of shaping, affecting, and changing any mediating factors just as easily as these can shape the relations, as if the script could also affect the scriptwriter. The social space does not pre-exist the relations that are formed in it; indeed, the space is only constructed by drawing the lines that form immanent relations. Deleuze and Guattari can only make this social space available by actively constructing immanent relations themselves.
Yet intensity will not be produced by a group of sterile objects lying alongside each other. Secondly, they need to interact and affect each other they need to acquire consistency. Something must happen, and something must be produced. This involves extracting terms from their social and cultural contexts that render them sterile and inactive, and Page 4 assembling them into a constructive machine that is capable of producing something. Then, insofar as production does not repeat predetermined processes, the machine is singular and its product is entirely new.
Firstly, it can be taken as a theory of society, culture, and nature, in which everything is produced by a form of concealed sexual desire where others focus upon language, structure, history, economic production, or power-relations at the foundation of human society and culture, Deleuze and Guattari simply choose desire. Secondly, it can be assumed that manifestations of sexual desire constitute the field of their investigations; they merely choose to address themselves to desire. A third assumption is that desire is a precondition of knowledge for them, so that they can only learn about society and culture insofar as they are driven by their passions to be involved in them sexuality then forms the basis for epistemology.