Notes on Subjectivity and Psychoanalysis

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Media, Information and Technoculture
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Media, Information and Technoculture 2200F/G
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Alison Hearn

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WEEK 8 SUBJECTIVITY AND PSYCHOANALYSISBeyond the Pleasure PrincipleSigmund Freud CCTR The Mirror StageJacques Lacan CCTRPsychoanalysisStorey Chapter 5 CTPC pg 91104 How do we come to think about ourselves as individualsHow we identify ourselves and how we conceptualize the idea IUnderstanding yourself in relation to other peopleRecall Althussers notion of Interpellation Ideology acts or functions in such a way that it recruits subjects among the individuals by that very precise operation which I have called interpretation or hailingTHE SUBJECTTHE INDIVIDUALPart of a collectivityAutonomousDivided psychic activityincoherentCoherentUnconsciousStableNot entirely knowableConsciousCulturally determined and specificSelfKnowableIntellectual free agentHow does the human being develop a specific personality and a specific sexual identity within society and cultureThe Englightenment cogito displacedMarx Nietzsche and Freud all took the rational stable coherent subject out of the centre of their thinking Humans are sets of effects Mar
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