PART ONE: THE SUBJECT OF LANGUAGE, IDEOLOGY AND DISCOURSE
Who Needs `Identity'?
Ideology Interpellates Individuals as Subjects
Subjectivity in Language
The Mirror Stage
Revolution in Poetic Language
PART TWO: PSYCHOANALYSIS AND PSYCHOSOCIAL RELATIONS
Notes on Some Schizoid Mechanisms
Mirror-Role of Mother and Family in Child Development
Transitional Objects and Transitional Phenomena
Social Systems as a Defense against Anxiety
Psychoanalysis, Racism and Anti-Racism
The Negro and Psychopathology
The Narcissistic Personality of Our Time
The Oedipal Riddle
The Trajectory of the Self
What's Happening to Mourning?
PART THREE: IDENTITY//SOCIOLOGY//HISTORY
Homo Clausus and the Civilizing Process
The Biographical Illusion
A Note on `Status'
Identity, Genealogies, History
A Category of the Human Mind
The Profession and Vocation of Politics
Introduction to `The Use of Pleasure'
Reflections on the Idea of the `Cultivation of the Self'
Persons and Personae