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fundamental rule of psychoanalysis

The principle according to which a patient undergoing psychoanalysis should engage wholeheartedly in free association. Also called the basic rule of psychoanalysis. See also ...

feminism and feminist theories

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Encyclopedia of Semiotics

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2007
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Language reference, Linguistics
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...Marxism and psychoanalysis, particularly on Louis Althusser's ( 1918–1990 ) theory of ideology, to analyse gender as an effect of representational practices constituting subjects in different positions in relation to power in various cultural practices. Influenced by the psychoanalytic theory of Jacques Lacan ( 1901–1981 ), poststructuralism critiques the rational Enlightenment model of subjectivity in which the speaking subject is the source and guarantee of meaning. Subjectivity is seen as an effect of language and the subject is decentred, ruled by desire...

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Encyclopedia of Rhetoric

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2006
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Language reference, Linguistics
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...study of the formal links between theater, poetics, and law. Eden, Kathy . Hermeneutics and the Rhetorical Tradition: Chapters in the Ancient Legacy and Its Humanist Reception . New Haven, 1997. Fraunce, Abraham . The Lawiers Logike, Exemplifying the Praecepts of Logike By the Practice of the Common Lawe . London, 1588. The first and exemplary application of Ramism to the study of law. Goodrich, Peter . Oedipus Lex. Psychoanalysis, History, Law . Berkeley, 1996. Goodrich, Peter . “ Law in the Courts of Love: Andreas Capellanus and the Judgments of Love ” ...

Hermeneutics

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Encyclopedia of Rhetoric

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2006
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Language reference, Linguistics
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6,582 words

...exposition of how rhetorical criticism can complement other critical methods commonly used to interpret the New Testament. Ricoeur, Paul . The Conflict of Interpretations: Essays in Hermeneutics . Edited by D. Ihde . Evanston, Ill., 1974. Twenty-two essays that relate the author's theory of hermeneutics to structuralism, psychoanalysis, phenomenology, and various religious topics. Robinson, James M. , and John B. Cobb, Jr. , eds. The New Hermeneutic , vol. 2. New York, 1964. A collection of eight essays that critically assess the promise of philosophical...

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