Gilles Deleuze, French philosopher. The Body without Organs is a limit. In particular, it is the limit at which all the flows which constitute the world flow completely freely, each into the others, so that no distinctions exist among them any longer. Reality is a play of forces; in Anti-Oedipus (1972), a "body without organs." To be done with the judgment of God, "for you can tie me up if you wish, but there is nothing more useless than an organ."