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Subjectivity and Otherness

A Philosophical Reading of Lacan (Short Circuits)
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Western philosophy, from c 1900 -, Philosophy, Criticism, Movements - Psychoanalysis, Philosophy / Criticism, General, Other (Philosophy), Subject
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The evolution of the concept of subjectivity in the works of Jacques Lacan. Countering the call by some "pro-Lacanians" for an end to the exegesis of Lacan's work--and the dismissal by "anti-Lacanians" of Lacan as impossibly impenetrable--Subjectivity and Otherness argues for Lacan as a "paradoxically systematic" thinker, and for the necessity of a close /5.

Not a fly-over summary of the Lacanian corpus, the book manages rather to capture the eventful moments of hesitancy, insight, recasting, in short, the movement of Lacan's thought as it grapples with the critical relation between subjectivity and s: 5. Book Description. Countering the call by some "pro-Lacanians" for an end to the exegesis of Lacan's work--and the dismissal by "anti-Lacanians" of Lacan as impossibly impenetrable--Subjectivity and Otherness argues for Lacan as a "paradoxically systematic" thinker, and for the necessity of a close analysis of his texts.

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Use features like bookmarks, Subjectivity and Otherness book taking and highlighting while reading Subjectivity and Otherness: A Philosophical Reading of Lacan (Short Circuits).Cited by: An original treatment ofpsychoanalytic issues, Subjectivity and Otherness fills a significant gap in the existing literatureon Lacan, taking seriously the need for a philosophical investigation of Lacanian oChiesa is a Lecturer at the School of European Culture and Languages, University of Kent, UnitedKingdom.

The evolution of the concept of subjectivity in the works of Jacques Lacan. Countering the call by some "pro-Lacanians" for an end to the exegesis of Lacan's work-and the dismissal by "anti-Lacanians" of Lacan as impossibly impenetrable-Subjectivity and Otherness argues for Lacan as a "paradoxically systematic" thinker, and for the necessity of a close /5(50).

Subjectivity and Otherness: A Philosophical Reading of Lacan by Lorenzo Chiesa was my point of entry in the work of Jacques Lacan, simultaneously with Heidegger’s Being and Time and Freud’s Beyond the Pleasure Principle; perhaps not such a bad combination, given the title of this book.

For indeed, however Freudian Lacan claims he is – “you may call me a Lacanian if you want. Subjectivity and Otherness: A Philosophical Reading of Lacan Lorenzo Chiesa Countering the call by some ''pro-Lacanians'' for an end to the exegesis of Lacan's work—and the dismissal by ''anti-Lacanians'' of Lacan as impossibly impenetrable— Subjectivity and Otherness argues for Lacan as a ''paradoxically systematic'' thinker, and.

This chapter concludes Part II by arguing that any resolutely no-self account of consciousness will be incapable of convincingly accounting for empathy. This is why an emphasis on the inherent and essential first-personal character of experiential life must be regarded as a prerequisite for, rather than an impediment to, a satisfactory account of intersubjectivity.

In closing, however. Extra resources for Subjectivity and Otherness: A Philosophical Reading of Lacan. Example text. The alienating “wall of language” overlaps with imaginary alienation: it is nothing but the latter’s transposition into words.

That is, the subject of the statement corresponds to the objectified pendent of the ego in the realm of language/5(45). Get this from a library.

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Lorenzo Chiesa examines, from aphilosophical perspective, the evolution of the. Forges a new understanding of how these two Lusophone nations are connected. The closely entwined histories of Portugal and Brazil remain key references for understanding developments--past and present--in either country.

Accordingly, Fernando Arenas considers Portugal and Brazil in relation to one another in this exploration of changing definitions of nationhood, subjectivity. Subjectivity and Otherness A Philosophical Reading of Lacan (Book): Chiesa, Lorenzo: The evolution of the concept of subjectivity in the works of Jacques Lacan.

Countering the call by some pro-Lacanians for an end to the exegesis of Lacan's work--and the dismissal by anti-Lacanians of Lacan as impossibly impenetrable-- Subjectivity and Otherness argues for Lacan.

The Ethical Turn: Otherness and subjectivity in contemporary psychoanalysis guides readers into the heart of this fresh and exciting movement and includes contributions from many leading thinkers, who provide fascinating new avenues for enriching our responses to suffering and understandings of human identity.

It will be of use to. Buy Subjectivity and Otherness here. Countering the call by some "pro-Lacanians" for an end to the exegesis of Lacan's work -- and the dismissal by "anti-Lacanians" of Lacan as impossibly impenetrable -- Subjectivity and Otherness argues for Lacan as a "paradoxically systematic" thinker, and for the necessity of a close analysis of his texts.

"Translation, Subjectivity, and Culture offers a new and exhaustive approach to the theoretical models that have shaped our understanding of translation and literature. The book is a remarkable achievement that will become an important reference for the study of seventeenth- and eighteenth-century translation theory.".

As a valuable contribution to debates concerning globalization, post colonialism and postmodernism, Utopias of Otherness provides a solid basis for future elaboration. It also has the merit of being one of the first book-length studies written in English that deal with nationhood and subjectivity in relation to the literatures of Portugal and.

of a book of poetry by Langston Hughes. In that six-part suite of poems focused on Harlem life, Hughes offers enough dream post-ponements to suggest that the deferral of dreams may have been willful, if not a little perverse.

Otherness often strikes us as willful and perverse in just this way. The perverse Otherness of Black Literature. Subjectivity and Otherness is also designed in accordance with these orders of otherness in relation to the subject.

Part I of the book titled as The Subject of the Imaginary (Other) focuses on the subject of the Imaginary, and provides a precise account of the way in which the ego comes to be defined as an imaginary function by Lacan.

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It will be of use to Author: David M. Goodman. Utopias Of Otherness: Nationhood And Subjectivity In Portugal And Brazil By Fernando Arenas Utopias Of Otherness: Nationhood And Subjectivity In Portugal And Brazil By Fernando Arenas Forges a new understanding of how these two Lusophone nations are connected.

The closely entwined histories of Portugal and Brazil remain key references for. Ultimately, Utopias of Otherness shows how these writers have redefined the concept of nationhood, not only through their investment in utopian or emancipatory causes such as Marxist revolution, women’s liberation, or sexual revolution, but also by shifting their attention to alternative modes of conceiving the ethical and political realms.

Jacques Marie Émile Lacan (Ap to September 9, ) was a major figure in Parisian intellectual life for much of the twentieth century. Sometimes referred to as “the French Freud,” he is an important figure in the history of psychoanalysis.

His teachings and writings explore the significance of Freud’s discovery of the. The myth of the “country of the future,” which has governed the modern Brazilian imaginary, has inevitably entailed the gradual erasure of Portugal as a primary cultural point of reference.

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Severson. Edition 1st Edition. First Published Cited by: 1. Freudian psychoanalysis is rooted in practice that puts to work conceptions of otherness, desire, and responsibility both within the therapy and for life after or outside of the therapy.

The position taken by Jacques Lacan radicalizes a number of these conceptions in the course of proposals for how to conduct the therapy. Although this chapter does not suppose that Lacanian theory is. Utopias Of Otherness: Nationhood And Subjectivity In Portugal And Brazil.

by Fernando Arenas. University of Minnesota Press, Cloth: | Paper: Library of Congress Classification DPA74 Dewey Decimal Classification ABOUT THIS BOOK. ABOUT THIS BOOKAuthor: Fernando Arenas.The Second Sex by Simone de Beauvoir () Introduction Woman as Other. FOR a long time I have hesitated to write a book on woman.

The subject is irritating, especially to women; and it is not new. Enough ink has been spilled in quarrelling .Metapsychology Online Book Reviews. Home; Browse Subjects; Search; New Reviews; About Us; Feedback.