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referring to a type of subterranean plant stem; as a metaphor, means interconnected

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The doctrine of power developed by Foucault is therefore relational, not substantive. Most structuralist and poststructuralist thinkers defend approaches of this type. The concept of ‘rhizome’ developed by Deleuze and Guattari, like the idea of ‘societies of control’, is an example of it.

—p.41 A Brief History of the ‘New Left’ (1956–77) (33) by Gregory Elliott, Razmig Keucheyan
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they are more like rhizomatic connections

—p.103 Great Platform Wars (93) by Nick Srnicek
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from traditional hierarchy a pyramid-like subordination to a Master, to pluralizing rhizomatic networks

—p.182 Epignosis (143) by Slavoj Žižek
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