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Maurice Blanchot and Psychoanalysis

Author: Joseph D Kuzma
Publisher: Boston : BRILL, 2019.
Series: Issn Ser.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This work offers an exploration and critique of Blanchot's various engagements with psychoanalysis, from the early 1950s onward. Kuzma highlights the political contours of Blanchot's writings on Freud, Lacan, Leclaire, Winnicott, and others, ultimately suggesting a link between these writings and Blanchot's broader attempts at rethinking the nature of human relationality, responsibility, and community. This book  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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D. Kuzma, Joseph
Maurice Blanchot and Psychoanalysis
Boston : BRILL,c2019
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph D Kuzma
ISBN: 9789004401334 9004401334
OCLC Number: 1111947998
Notes: Description based upon print version of record.
Description: 1 online resource (239 p.).
Contents: Half Title; Series Information; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Introduction: against Interiority; 1 The Possibility of a Conversation; 2 Politics of Refusal; 3 The Streets; 4 Communism without Communism; 5 A Silent and Perpetual Hoax; 6Overview; part 1; Chapter 1 Freud, Lacan, and the Neuter; 1 Thirteen Years; 2 Va-et-vient; 3 Dialectics for Magic; 4 The Movement of Another Speech; 5 Freud and the Neutral Turn; 6 The Road to Rome; 7 The Threat of Medical Formalization; 8 Speaking, Again; 9 A Perilous Endeavor; 10 Desire Recognized; 11 A Dialectic That Challenges Dialectic? 12 A Psychoanalysis without PsychoanalysisChapter 2 On Madness; 1 Hiding Is Forbidden; 2 The Clinical Context; 3 Madness-Lack or Surplus?; 4 Jaspers and the Unverständlich; 5 Compulsory Ruination; 6 Against Blanchot; 7 Beyond the Critical and the Clinical?; 8 A Murmuring Emptiness; 9 Internalizing the Outside; 10 "A Word Perpetually at Odds with Itself"; 11 The Prolepsis of Return; 12 Every Name in History; 13 Writing the Rupture; part 2; Chapter 3 Anti-Narcissus; 1 The Provocation; 2 Every Poet Is Narcissus; 3 Anti-Narcissus: or, What Ovid Forgot 4 Primary Narcissism and the Recuperation of Otherness5 A Return to the Zero-Point; 6 Narcissism, Nationalism; 7 Turning toward Disaster; Chapter 4 Primal Scenes; 1 The Window of Mértola; 2 Frames inside Frames; 3 A Source of the Nile; 4 "The Most Delicate Question"; 5 Indefinite Anteriority; 6 "I Died … There Had Been Rehearsals"; 7 A Child Is Being Killed; 8 Death Drives?; 9 Return to the Window; Chapter 5 The Trauma of Responsibility; 1 Rethinking Responsibility; 2 The Alien inside My Body; 3 Subissement; 4 The Invasive Other; 5 Le Moi sans Moi; 6 The Crypt 7 Nachträglichkeit: a Short History of a Translation8 Blanchot and the Après-coup; 9 Mothering and the Asymmetries of Responsibility; Chapter 6 Maternal Rhythms; 1 Blanchot's Mother; 2 Negative Hallucination; 3 The Real, the Outside; 4 Chora and Rhythm; 5 The Danger of Rhythm's Enigma; 6 Double Dissymmetry; 7 Conclusion: the Impossibility of Narcissism?; Works Cited; Index
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This work offers an exploration and critique of Blanchot's various engagements with psychoanalysis, from the early 1950s onward. Kuzma highlights the political contours of Blanchot's writings on Freud, Lacan, Leclaire, Winnicott, and others, ultimately suggesting a link between these writings and Blanchot's broader attempts at rethinking the nature of human relationality, responsibility, and community. This book makes a substantive contribution to our understanding of the political and philosophical dimensions of Blanchot's writings on madness, narcissism, and trauma, among other topics of critical and clinical relevance. Maurice Blanchot and Psychoanalysis comprises an indispensable text for anyone interested in tracing the history of psychoanalysis in post-War France.

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