Lacan and the Subject of Language

Ellie Ragland-Sullivan, Mark Bracher
Routledge, 1991 - 227 Seiten
Lacan and the Subject of Language presents a foray into the complex and various teachings of Jacques Lacan. These new essays shed light on Lacan's innovative theories of what "language" is and what "the subject" is. Although derived from the work of one single figure, these essays present the remarkbale diversity of Lacanian analysis. A major contribution to the new reception of Jacques Lacan in the English-speakin g world (la nouvelle psychoanalyse), Lacan and the Subject of Language will challenge those who believe that they have already "mastered" Lacanian thought.
Contributors: Jacques-Alain Miller, Henry W. Sullivan, Ellie Ragland, Lila Kalinich, Russell Grigg, Willy Apollon, Judith Miller, Stuart Schneiderman, Colette Soler, Slavoj Zizek.

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Ellie Ragland is Professor and Chair of the Department of English, University of Missouri. She is the editor of the Newsletter of the Freudian Field and the author of Jacques Lacan and the Philosophy of Psychoanalysis (1984). Mark Bracher is Associate Professor of English and Associate Director of the Center for Literature and Psychoanalysis at Kent State University.

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