A Compendium of Lacanian Terms By Huguette Glowinski, Zita M. Marks, Sara Murphy
Publisher: Free Association Books 2001 | 192 Pages | ISBN: 1853435384 | PDF | 5 MB
Jacques Lacan (1901-81) was one of the most original and controversial thinkers of the post-war period. His ideas had a profound effect on the intellectual movements of his time and his work is of continuing importance to a wide range of disciplines: psychoanalytic theory and practice, literary criticism, critical social theory, linguistics, cinema, art criticism and political science. Lacan's ideas can, however, be notoriously difficult: convoluted, idiosyncratic, arcane, and almost always obscure! A Compendium of Lacanian Terms aims to provide students of Lacan with a clear and helpful exposition on some 40 key terms. Each entry outlines the conceptualisation of the idea, locating it within.
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