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During the last decade and a half there have been dramatic changes in psychoanalytic theory, as well as in cultural, social and political theory. Psychoanalysis in Contexts examines these changes and explores the relationship between psychoanalysis and theory.
The volume brings together leading scholars and practitioners in psychoanalysis to develop a unique rethinking of the relations between subjectivity and inter-subjectivity, sexual difference and gender power, and unconscious desire and political change.
Psychoanalysis in Contexts creates a dialogue between different psychoanalytic approaches to the study of subjectivity, social action and modern societies. It will be essential reading for everyone interested in the future direction of psychoanalytic and cultural theory.
|Notes on contributors|
|1||Logic, imagination, reflection||15|
|2||The affirmation of primary repression rethought||36|
|3||The crisis of Oedipal identity: the early Lacan and the Frankfurt School||53|
|4||On the subject of Lacan||72|
|5||Individuality and difference in how women and men love||89|
|6||Sameness and difference: toward an 'over-inclusive' theory of gender development||106|
|7||Consuming male fantasy: feminist psychoanalysis retold||123|
|9||Masculine mastery and fantasy, or the meaning of the phallus||166|
|10||From Hiroshima to the Gulf War and after: a psychoanalytic perspective||191|
|11||On racism and psychoanalysis||205|
|12||Lacan, Klein and politics: the positive and negative in psychoanalytic thought||223|