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Egocracy

Marx, Freud and Lacan

Distributed for DIAPHANES

Egocracy

Marx, Freud and Lacan


288 pages | 5 1/4 x 8 1/4 | © 2011

Philosophy: General Philosophy

Psychology:


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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction
 
Part 1. Marx’s Trajectory; or, Three Ways of Splitting the Subject
1. The Imaginary and the Real (Part One): the >>Early Writings<<
2. The Imaginary and the Real (Part Two): from the >>Theses on Feuerbach<< to the 1859 >>Preface<<
3. The Symbolic, the Imaginary and the Real: Das Kapital
 
Part 2. From Freud to Lacan…and Back to Marx; or,
How Psychoanalysis Slowly Discovers the Social
1. >>The Nucleus of the Ego is Unconscious<<: the Trauma of the Social in Freud’s Two Topographies
2. From the Transcendental Symbolic to the Historicity of Discourse: Lacan’s >>Return to Marx<<
2.1 Two Contradictory Trends in the >>Early<< Lacan
2.2 Egocracy and the >>Discourse of Capitalism<<, or, Rethinking the Symbolic, the Imaginary and the Real in Seminar XVII
 
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