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Personally these earlier writings were their best and more interesting, tho a lot of not too useful minfuck, especially when it comes to their Bloom and Young Girl theory. Colorful but not very useful. Appel and Tiqqun were great imo, as far as you take it as philosophy of insurgency and social commentary, not as a Bible. It's like reading from a Marcuse or Heidegger or Habermas; a lot of what they did was crap, tho there's some crucial ideas to appropriate.

Their latter writings, at least since the Trial, were the most problematic. Pompous, arrogant, sectarian, shallow, exploitative to already-existing struggles... Conveniently this is when they reached global stardom and establishment recognition.