A very heart-warming and touching narrative that shows that a subject does not necessarily need to make use of the neurotic solution to inscribe himself within the societal fabric.
The Japanese subject and the unconscious (part 2).
“It is, in other words, the moral plight/responsibility of psychoanalysis to urge subjects to think themselves from the sexual lack that marks their being and confront them with the sexual non-relation; ‘I’ll n’y a pas de rapport sexual.”
Understanding ‘Cuties’ from a psychoanalytical perspective
“Even though I stated above that Amy’s identification with the hypersexualized image of femininity needs to be understood as a refusal, I think that it is even more correct to understand her behaviour as an acting-out directed to the Islamic Other.”
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The Japanese subject and the unconscious (part 1).
Japanese language does not resemble Joyce’s language in Finnigan’s wake.