The Ego and the Flesh: An Introduction to Egoanalysis

Stanford University Press (2010)
Ego sum moribundus, or Heidegger's call -- I am the dead person I see in the mirror, or Lacan's subject -- Return to Descartes -- the equivocations of phenomenology -- The field of immanence -- The carnal synthesis, the chiasm -- How touching touches itself touching : the (im)possibility of the chiasm -- In contact with the untouchable : the remainder -- This is (not) my body : the remainder of incorporation -- Beyond the other -- The crisis of the chiasm -- From hatred to love -- From archi-agony to resurrection -- Toward deliverance (instasy).
Keywords Self (Philosophy  Ego (Psychology
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Call number BD450.R557413 2010
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