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|Abstract||SUBJECTION AND SUB JECT1VATION ETIENNE BALIBAR will begin by sketching out a problematic, or research programme, on which have been working for some time ...|
|Keywords||Subject (Philosophy Psychoanalysis and philosophy|
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|Call number||BD223.S96 1994|
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