Origins and Ends of the Mind
Philosophical Essays on Psychoanalysis
Edited by Ray Brassier and Christian Kerslake
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Origin and End:
Relations between Psychic Origins and Psychic Normativity
The Missing Link between Psychoanalysis and Attachment Theory: Michael Balint's New Beginning
Philippe van Haute
Quasi-beliefs and Crazy Beliefs: Subdoxastic States and the 'Special Characteristics' of the Unconscious
Paradoxes of Normativity in Lacanian Psychoanalysis.
Or: Is Castration Necessary?
Lacan and ethics: the Ends of Analysis and the Production of the Subject
Psychoanalysis and Evolution
The Ultimate Causes of Paranoia: a Cross-Pathological and Psychodynamic Approach
Andreas De Block
Reinterpreting Freud's Genealogy of Culture
The Thanatosis of Enlightenment
Ray Brassier Part 3
Philosophy and the Psychosexual Subject
Poetic Pleasure, Psychosis, and Perversion: Freud on Fore-pleasure
The Origins and Ends of 'Sex'
Love as Ontology: Psychoanalysis against Philosophy
Psychoanalysis: A Non-Ontology of the Human
Marc de Kesel
Format: Edited volume - paperback
Size: 240 × 160 × 20 mm
Publication: October 22, 2007
Series: Figures of the Unconscious 7
Stock item number: 50106
Christian Kerslake is Research Fellow at the Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy at Middlesex University (London, UK)
Ray Brassier is Research Fellow at the Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy at Middlesex University (London, UK).