Post-Lacanian Affective Economy, Being-in-the-word, and the Critique of the Present

Theory, Culture and Society 21 (1):149-158 (2004)
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The theorization of the relays and relationships between the psychic and the social, as well as between the cognitive and the expressive, is still obstructed by the resilience of the egocentric and logocentric subject invented by the discourse of modernity. This article examines the possibilities opened up by the work of Lichtenberg Ettinger for breaking free of phallogocentrism in its various forms as one condition for subverting the normative truths of power/knowledge. It focuses on the sonic dimension of being-in-the-world as one approach that indicates new avenues for research.



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