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Intimate revolt : the powers and the limits of psychoanalysis

Author: Julia Kristeva
Publisher: New York ; Chichester : Columbia University Press, 2002.
Series: European perspectives.
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A thorough examination of the manner in which three of the most unsettling modern writers-Aragon, Sartre, and Barthes-affirm their personal rebellion followed by Kristeva's own ideas on the future of  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Julia Kristeva
ISBN: 0231114141 9780231114141 023111415X 9780231114158
OCLC Number: 155722134
Language Note: Translated from the French.
Description: 392 pages
Contents: Chapter 1. What Revolt Today?The Dignity of Revolt (The Novel)Man in Revolt (Retrospective Return)Revolt as Jouissance and Dispersion (Psychoanalysis)Negativity in Revolt (Philosophy and...Freud)Paradoxical Logics (Resistances to Psychoanalysis)Intimacy in Revolt (The Imaginary)Chapter 2. Can Forgiveness Heal?The Trilogy of EvilDonation or SadnessThe Consciousness of Fault (Heidegger and Freud)Against Guilt: RebirthThe Poiesis of InterpretationDepression at the Edge of Words (the Story of Anne)Chapter 3. The Scandal of the TimelessPsychoanalysis is not IntersubjectivityThe Subversion of TemporalityThe Freudian ScandalThree Figures of the Analytical Timeless: 1. The Memory-Trace (Erinnerungsspur or Errinnerungrest), Working-through (Durcharbeitung), The Dissolution of Transference-Homo natura and Homo analyticusChapter 4. The Intimate: from Sense to the Sensible (Logics, Jouissance, Style)Once more, On the Soul (organic, animal, general)Images, loquela, Jouissance (Augustine, Loyola, Sade)Psychical Life as JouissanceScience and Experience: Counter-transferenceThe Taste for the Singular Life (Style)Plato's Cave Hides a Sensory CaveThe "Second Dwelling" (Proust's Dream)Writing, Therapy, BeautyBetween word-signs and word fetishes: InterpretationChapter 5. Fantasy and CinemaOrganisms of Mixed Race (Didier, the Collages Man)Fear and Spectacular SeductionFantasy and the Imaginary: The SpecularThe Representable ConflictCinema and EvilChapter 6. Barthes: The Savor of DisenchantmentIconoclasmA Position: Writing AgainstModern Man in all his States: Vices and AffectionsMyth: A Type of Speech Chosen by HistoryChapter 7. Barthes: Constructor of Language, Constructor of the SensoryThe Spiritual Exercises of LoyolaWho is the Subject of this Polyphony?ImagesThe loquelaIndifference and SuspensionChapter 8. Barthes: The Intractable LoverFiguresThe Jardin du LuxembourgAbyssesOutside LanguageSensory vs. Sexual: The New LoversN. W. P.: The Non-will-to-possessChapter 9. Sartre: The Imaginary and NothingnessThe Fatal Freedom of ConsciousnessNegativity, "I," "Bad Faith"What Transcendence?Who is of Bad Faith? or, AtheismThe Realized Imaginary: The Totalizing SpectacleChapter 10. Sartre: Freedom as QuestioningNegation at its OriginSymbolic Castration: A Question (The Story of Martine)Before Judgment: Repulsion or Freedom?The Freudian Attempt to Articulate the Drive and the SymbolChildhood: Self-Destruction or the Power of Words: The WordsChapter 11. Sartre: Again, the Imaginary, Fantasy, SpectacleThe Mental Image: Virtual NonbeliefThe Consubstantiality of Image and ThoughtLack or Lie?Body and Image: From Hallucination to FantasyBack to the UnconsciousChapter 12. Giving the Game Away out of AnticipationFrom the Political to the Intimate, from the Feminine to the ImpossibleWhat's it about?Why "Blanche"? The Woman and the Linguist"Gaiffier! Gaiffier! Go back to your place. Where is he?"And then I realized the trickery..."More on Communism and the Destiny of the Question
Series Title: European perspectives.
Other Titles: Revolte intime.
Responsibility: Julia Kristeva ; translated by Jeanine Herman.

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