Jacques Lacan is renowned as a theoretician of psychoanalysis whose work is still influential in many countries. He refashioned psychoanalysis in the name of philosophy and linguistics at a time when it faced certain intellectual decline. Focusing on key terms in Lacan's often difficult, idiosyncratic development of psychoanalysis, this volume brings new perspectives to the work of an intimidating influential thinker.
Author: Jean-Michel Rabaté Publisher: Cambridge University Press Published: 07/31/2003 Pages: 320 Binding Type: Paperback Weight: 1.11lbs Size: 9.08h x 5.96w x 0.76d ISBN: 9780521002035
About the Author Rabaté, Jean-Michel: - Jean-Michel Rabaté is Professor of English and comparative literature at the University of Pennsylvania. His most recent books are Joyce and the Politics of Egoism, and The Future of Theory.