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Title Ethics and the subject / edited by Karl Simms
Imprint Amsterdam [Netherlands] ; Atlanta, GA : Rodopi, 1997
book jacket
 Euro-Am Studies Lib 2F  809 C8996 v.8 1997    AVAILABLE    30500100921918
Part IFrom phenomenology to narrative identityp.1
 Introduction / Karl Simmsp.3
 Subjectivity in the twentiech century / Jonathan Reep.17
 The subject of the other: ordinary language and its enigmatic ground / J.W.P. Phillipsp.29
 Indication and the awakening of subjectivity / Robin Duriep.43
 The ethical subject: the philosophy of emmanuel levinas / Tim Woodsp.53
 The story of the self: the narrative basis of self-development / J.D.D. Huttop.61
 The absent signifier: historical narrative and the abstract subject / Leign Claytonp.77
 Narrative identity in Ricoeur's oneself as another / S.H. Clarkp.85
Part IIGenealogy, agency and psychoanalysisp.97
 Introduction / Karl Simmsp.99
 Wholeness in mainfoldness: genealogical methods and conditions of agency in nietzsche and foucault / Lisa Phillipsp.127
 Technologies of the self / Elaine Ballp.139
 Looking up the adolescent in freud's index / Jo Croftp.147
 Two walks / Wendy Wheelerp.157
 Being on the boundary: Aquinas' metaphor for subject and psyche / Patrick Quinnp.165
 Mrs Bates in plato's cave: reflections on the self-reflexive signifying chain linking the cellar to cinema cells within psycho-tic experience / David Brottmanp.173
 Transgressive bodies: destruction and excessive display of the human form in the horror film / Xavier Mendikp.189
 Blue prints and bodies: paradigms of desire in pornography / Mikita Brotmanp.203
 Versions of the feminine subject in charlotte Bronte's Villette / Susan Watkinsp.217
 And of the other and her desire: the embracing language of Wallace Stevens / Angus Cleghornp.227
 Lord Byron: to create, and in creating live a being more intense / Alan Rawesp.237
 Defoe and the psychotic subject / Jeffrey Rodmanp.245
Descript vi, 286 p., [16] p. of plates : ill. ; 23 cm
Series Critical studies ; v. 8
Critical studies (Amsterdam, Netherlands), 0923-411X ; v. 8
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. [253]-270) and indexes
Subject Subjectivity
Narration (Rhetoric)
Ethics, Modern
Alt Author Simms, Karl
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