Revolution in Poetic Language

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Columbia University Press, 1984 - 271 páginas
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The linking of psychosomatic to literary and literary to a larger political horizon raises the question of conservative premises to linguistic, pyschoanalystic, philisophical, and literary theories and criticisms of such.

 

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Índice

The Phenomenological Subject of Enunciation
21
The Semiotic Chora Ordering the Drives
25
Husserls Hyletic Meaning A Natural Thesis Commanded by the Judging Subject
31
Hjelmslevs Presupposed Meaning
38
The Thetic Rupture andor Boundary
43
The Mirror and Castration Positing the Subject as Absent from the Signifier
46
Freges Notion of Signification Enunciation and Denotation
52
Breaching the Thetic Mimesis
57
NonContradiction Neutral Peace
140
Freuds Notion of Expulsion Rejection
147
Heterogeneity
165
The Dichotomy and Heteronomy of Drives
167
Facilitation Stasis and the Thetic Moment
171
The Homological Economy of the Representamen
175
Through the Principle of Language
178
Skepticism and Nihilism in Hegel and in the Text
182

The Unstable Symbolic Substitutions in the Symbolic Fetishism
62
The Signifying Process
68
Poetry That is Not a Form of Murder
72
Genotext and Phenotext
86
Four Signifying Practices
90
Negativity Rejection
107
The Fourth Term of the Dialectic
109
Independent and Subjugated Force in Hegel
114
Negativity as Transversal to Thetic Judgment
117
Kinesis Cura Desire
127
Humanitarian Desire
133
Practice
193
Experience Is Not Practice
195
The Atomistic Subject of Practice in Marxism
198
Calling Back Rupture Within Practice ExperienceinPractice
202
The Text as Practice Distinct from Transference Discourse
208
The Second Overturning of the Dialectic After Political Economy Aesthetics
214
Maldoror and Poems Laughter as Practice
217
The Expenditure of a Logical Conclusion Igitur
226
Notes
235
Index
261
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Sobre el autor (1984)

Julia Kristeva is an internationally known psychoanalyst and critic, is Professor of Linguistics at the University de Paris VII and chief proponent of semanalyse, a term she coined to name the discipline that blends semiotics with pyschoanalysis.Noted by the San Fransisco Chronicle-Examiner as a woman whose writings demonstrate "her amazing command of history, politics, literature, linguistics, and psychoogy," Kristeva recently hosted a French television series and is the author of many critically acclaimed books published by Columbia University Press in translation, including Time and Sense: Proust and the Experience of Literature and the novel, Possessions.

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