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Ethics and the subject

Author: Karl Simms
Publisher: Amsterdam [Netherlands] ; Atlanta, GA : Rodopi, 1997.
Series: Critical studies (Amsterdam, Netherlands), v. 8.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Karl Simms
ISBN: 9042000244 9789042000247 9042000228 9789042000223
OCLC Number: 36844865
Description: vi, 286 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: Part I: From phenomenology to narrative identity. Introduction / Karl Simms --
Subjectivity in the twentieth century / Jonathan Ree The subject of the other: ordinary language and its enigmatic ground / J.W.P. Philllips --
Indication and the awakening of subjectivity / Robin Durie / The ethical subject: the philosophy of Emmanuel Levinas / Tim Woods --
The story of the self: the narrative basis of self / J.D.D. Hutto --
The absent signifier: historical narrative and the abstract subject / Leigh Clayton --
Narrative identity in Ricoeur's Oneself as Another / S.H. Clark. Part II: Genealogy, agency and psychoanalysis. Introduction / Karl Simms --
Wholeness in manifoldness: conditions of agency in Nietzsche and Foucault / Lisa Phillips --
Technologies of the self / Elaine Ball --
Looking up the adolescent in Freud's index / Jo Croft --
Two walks Wendy Wheeler --
Being on the boundary: Aquinas' metaphor for subject and psyche / Patrick Quinn --
Mrs Bates in Plato's cave: reflections on the self-reflexive signifying chain linking the cellar to cinema cells within Psycho-tic experience / David Brottman --
Transgressive bodies: destruction and excessive display of the human form in the horror film / Xavier Mendik --
Blue prints and bodies: paradigms of desire in pornography / Mikita Brottman --
Versions of the feminine subject in Charlotte Bronte's Villette / Susan Watkins --
And of that other and her desire: the embracing language of Wallace Stevens / Angus Cleghorn --
Lord Byron: to create, and in creating live a being more intense / Alan Rawes --
Defoe and the psychotic subject / Jeffrey Rodman --
Bibliography --
Name Index --
Subject Index.
Series Title: Critical studies (Amsterdam, Netherlands), v. 8.
Responsibility: edited by Karl Simms.

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