Multitudes 3 (3):47-55 (2001)

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The hegelian analysis of the fight of the master and the slave settles the circularity of the bait in the dominion. The slaves rebel because they want a master or to become masters themselves. The central proposition of the dialectic of the fight for the recognition is that the slave desire the desire the master’s desire. Now the real plan of the relation is : The not of the slave and its indifference The fear of the master : the master’s not to the slave’s not. Pharaon says not to the Jewish people who wants to leave ; The production of a situation radically other where the same disappeared as at the master as at the slave. By flattening the phase of the Exodus and the liberation of the servitude on that of the establishment of the law, one eliminates another subject’s gaping which is not that of the subject with himself, but the inflexible difference which meets the master in his desire for the slave
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