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1. The free and autonomous Individual -- 2. Freud and the split subject -- 3. Lacan: The subject is language -- 4. Foucault: The subject and power -- 5. Femininity: From female imaginary to performativity -- 6. Kristeva and abjection: Subjectivity as a process -- 7. Masculinity: Saving the post-Oedipal world -- 8. Radical sexuality: From perverse to queer -- 9. Subjectivity and ethnicity: Otherness, policy, visibility, colonialism -- 10. Deleuze and Guattari: Rhizomatics -- 11. The subject and technology -- 12. The subject and postmodernism -- 13. Conclusion
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