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    Rephrasing the Freudian Unconscious: Lyotard's Affect-Phrase"Emma."Heidegger and "The Jews."The InhumanLectures D'Enfance. [REVIEW]Anne Tomiche, Jean-Francois Lyotard, Andreas Michel, Mark S. Roberts, Geoff Bennington & Rachel Bowlby - 1994 - Diacritics 24 (1):42.
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    Lyotard's Differend: Radical and Unresolved Dispute, From the Political to the Literary.Anne Tomiche - 2017 - Paragraph 40 (1):28-42.
    Lyotard's notion of the differend can be analysed as a philosophical theory of radical disputes, that is, disputes with no possible resolution other than the silencing of one of the parties. The concept is explicitly meant to shed light on ethical, historical and political debates, while literature and psychoanalysis are strikingly absent from this theory. However, the concept of the differend is crucial to Lyotard's own discussions of literature and art. Developing from a reading of some of his texts on (...)
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  3. Rephrasing the Visible and the Expressive: Lyotard's 'Defence of the Eye'from Figure to Inarticulate Phrase.Ann Tomiche - 2002 - In Wilhelm S. Wurzer (ed.), Panorama: Philosophies of the Visible. Continuum. pp. 7--20.
     
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