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Guattari's Therapeutics: From Transference to Tranvsersality. / Ffrench, Raymond Patrick.

In: Deleuze Studies, 10.04.2019.

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Ffrench, RP 2019, 'Guattari's Therapeutics: From Transference to Tranvsersality', Deleuze Studies.

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Ffrench, R. P. (Accepted/In press). Guattari's Therapeutics: From Transference to Tranvsersality. Deleuze Studies.

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Ffrench RP. Guattari's Therapeutics: From Transference to Tranvsersality. Deleuze Studies. 2019 Apr 10.

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