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Lacan and the subject of language

Author: Jacques Lacan; Ellie Ragland-Sullivan; Mark Bracher
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 1991.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A selection of essays taken from a conference on "Lacan, Language and Literature". The essays show the application of Lacan's theories to culture, language and sexual difference.

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Named Person: Jacques Lacan; Jacques Lacan; Jacques Lacan; Jacques Lacan
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jacques Lacan; Ellie Ragland-Sullivan; Mark Bracher
ISBN: 0415903076 9780415903073 0415903084 9780415903080
OCLC Number: 22489346
Description: vii, 227 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Language : much ado about what? / Jacques-Alain Miller --
Homo sapiens or Homo desiderans : the role of desire in human evolution / Henry W. Sullivan --
The sexual masquerade : a Lacanian theory of sexual difference / Ellie Ragland-Sullivan --
The analytic experience : means, ends, and results / Jacques-Alain Miller --
Signifier, object, and the transference / Russell Grigg --
Theory and practice in the psychoanalytic treatment of psychosis / Willy Apollon --
Style is the man himself / Judith Miller --
Fictions / Stuart Schneiderman --
Where is thy sting? : some relfections on the wolf-man / Lila Kalinich --
The truth about misrecognition / Slavoj Žižel --
Literature as symptom / Colette Soler.
Responsibility: edited by Ellie Ragland-Sullivan, Mark Bracher.

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