Deleuze and the Unconscious

Continuum (2007)
Deleuze and the Unconscious shows how these tendencies combine in Deleuze's work to engender a wholly new approach to the unconscious, for which active relations to the unconscious are just as important as the better known pathologies of ...
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Call number B2430.D45.K47 2007
ISBN(s) 0826484883     9780826484888
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