This essay intervenes in the growing field of Deleuze and Guattari studies and seeks to give expression to their ethico-aesthetic conception of subjectivity, its

political nature and distinction from classical, objectivist, scientific theories. What is disturbing about their endeavour is that it attempts to think that which cannot be thought and to write the unreadable. To think of a notexternal outside and a not-internal inside: ‘an outside more distant than any external world, because it is an inside deeper than any internal world: it is immanence’ (Deleuze and Guattari, 1994: 59). A self-referential, autopoietic immanence that is not immanence to something (as to a purely ideal transcendent ego-onto-theological plane or Subject/Eye) but rather an autopoietic or self-producing/positing immanence of subjectivity. A plane of immanence or consistency ‘which has no supplementary dimension to that which transpires upon it’.‘A what!?’