A Very Special Delirium

I dug this up online while researching Deleuze & Guattari's stance on ideology, and found it again tonight, so I thought I'd post it. Deleuze sounds suspiciously like Foucault when he speaks of ideology, and the points made are points well taken...

"But ideology has no importance whatsoever: what matters is not ideology, not even the 'economic-ideological' distinction or opposition, but the *organisation of power*. Because organization of power -- that is, the manner in which desire is already in the economic, in which libido invests the economic -- haunts the economic and nourishes political forms of repression."

Gilles Deleuze, from "Capitalism: A Very Special Delirium"