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|Awards:||Winner of Frantz Fanon Award 2011.|
|Description:||xxiii, 207 p. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||What is a victim? --
Freud, gender, and the epigenesis of morality: a critique --
The crisis in psychoanalysis: resolution through Husserlian phenomenology and feminism --
Addictions, akrasia, and self psychology: a Socratic and psychoanalytic view of akrasia as victim blaming --
Fanon, phenomenology, and the decentering of philosophy: Lewis Gordon's Her majesty's other children: sketches of racism from a neocolonial age --
Race and culture: victim blaming in psychology, psychiatry, and psychoanalysis --
Autonomy, empathy, and transcendence in Sophocles' Antigone: a phenomenological perspective, with an epilogue: on Lacan's Antigone --
Neither victim nor survivor be: who is Beloved's baby?
With compassion and rigor, Marilyn Nissim-Sabat offers unprecedented insight into victim blaming. By intervening in postmodern philosophical trends and inaugurating a paradigm shift in psychoanalytic