Julia Kristeva: Psychoanalysis and Modernity

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SUNY Press, 9 sept. 2004 - 309 pagini
This is the first systematic overview of Julia Kristeva s vision and work in relation to philosophical modernity. It provides a clear, comprehensive, and interdisciplinary analysis of her thought on psychoanalysis, art, ethics, politics, and feminism in the secular aftermath of religion. Sara Beardsworth shows that Kristeva s multiple perspectives explore the powers and limits of different discourses as responses to the historical failures of Western cultures, failures that are undergone and disclosed in psychoanalysis.
 

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The Early View of Psychoanalysis and Art
25
The Lacanian Background
27
Revolution in Poetic Language
39
Primary Narcissism
55
Primary Idealization
61
Abjection
79
The Phobic Object
84
Where Am I?
90
God is Dead
145
A New Suffering World
153
A New Amatory World
162
The Social and Political Implications of Kristevas Thought
167
Ethics and Politics
169
The Ethics of Psychoanalysis
172
Nations Without Nationalism
206
Kristevas Feminism
217

Primal Loss
95
Intolerance For Loss
98
The Signifying Failure
104
Religion and Art Kristevds Minor Histories of Modernity
113
The Powers and Limitations of Religion
115
Psychoanalysis and the Sacred
119
Religious Codifications of Abjection
124
The Kristevan Aesthetic
143
Woman and Nature
219
Kristeva or Butler?
226
The Maternal Feminine
248
Revolt Culture and Exemplary Lives
267
NOTES
277
BIBLIOGRAPHY
287
INDEX
295

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Sara Beardsworth is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Southern Illinois University.

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