Maternal and paternal functions in the formation of subjectivity: Kristeva and Lacan

Philosophy and Social Criticism 46 (4):412-430 (2019)
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The Kristeva–Lacan relationship has been a difficult one, with commentators tending to either collapse the former into the latter or insist on an absolute division wherein Kristeva emphasizes the m...



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