The Resource The unconcept : the Freudian uncanny in late-twentieth-century theory, Anneleen Masschelein

The unconcept : the Freudian uncanny in late-twentieth-century theory, Anneleen Masschelein

Label
The unconcept : the Freudian uncanny in late-twentieth-century theory
Title
The unconcept
Title remainder
the Freudian uncanny in late-twentieth-century theory
Statement of responsibility
Anneleen Masschelein
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Subject
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
154.2
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government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
Index
index present
LC call number
BH301.F3
LC item number
M37 2011
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
SUNY series, insinuations : philosophy, psychoanalysis, literature
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The unconcept : the Freudian uncanny in late-twentieth-century theory, Anneleen Masschelein
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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cr
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
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text
Content type code
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Contents
Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 Introduction -- 1.1.A Genealogy of the Uncanny -- 1.2. Different Stages in the Conceptualization of the Uncanny -- 1.3. The Uncanny as Unconcept -- 1.4.A Functionalist-Discursive Perspective -- 1.5.(Re)Constructing a Map of Conceptualizations -- ch. 2 The Position of the Uncanny in Freud's Oeuvre -- 2.1. Follow the Index? -- 2.2. The Uncanny as a Symptom in Daily life and Pathology -- 2.3. From Compulsion to Taboo: The Surmounted Phylogenetic Origin of the Uncanny -- 2.4. The Uncanny and Theoretical Revisions -- 2.5. The Uncanny and Anxiety -- I -- 2.6. The Uncanny: A Psychoanalytic Concept? -- ch. 3 Preliminaries to Concept Formation -- 3.1. Further Explorations of the Uncanny -- 3.2. The Uncanny and Anxiety -- II -- 3.3. The Uncanny and Genre Studies -- 3.4. The Uncanny as Aesthetic Category: Toward a Theory of the Uncanny -- ch. 4 Tying the Knot: The Conceptualization of the Uncanny -- 4.1. An Era of Transcontinental Conceptualizations -- 4.2. Two Poetics: Todorov and Cixous -- 4.3. Poetical Structuralism: Todorov's The Fantastic -- 4.3.1. The Uncanny and the Fantastic -- 4.3.2. The Fantastic and Psychoanalysis -- 4.3.3. Birth and Death of the Fantastic -- 4.3.4. Transformations of the Fantastic -- 4.4. Chasing Freud's Chase: Cixous's "Fiction and its Phantoms" -- 4.4.1."The Uncanny" as Missing Link -- 4.4.2."Fiction and its Phantoms" as Quest in the Labyrinth -- 4.4.3. Pull the Strings -- 4.4.4. Cixous and Derrida: The Uncanny as a Theory of Fiction -- ch. 5 The Uncanny: A Late Twentieth-Century Concept -- 5.1. The Canonization of the Uncanny -- 5.2.A Tradition of Rereadings of "The Uncanny" -- 5.3. The Dissemination of the Uncanny -- 5.3.1. The Postromantic/Aesthetic Tradition -- 5.3.2. The Unhomely and Existential and Political Alienation -- 5.3.3. Hauntology -- 5.4. The Uncanny and Contemporary Culture -- ch. 6 Concluding Remarks
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9781441696809
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