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Žak Derida sa Žakom Lakanom
Jacques Derrida with Jacques Lacan

Author(s): Radoman Kordić
Subject(s): Philosophy, Semiology, Contemporary Philosophy, Structuralism and Post-Structuralism, Psychoanalysis
Published by: Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju
Summary/Abstract: The modality “with” (deconstruction with the theory of psychoanalysis) assumes two forms of complex relations. The first one is expressed through the ability of the subject of that modality, of Lacan or Derrida, to say “we”, or in other words in the ability to overcome differences in the point, essentially common to them. The other form of relation of the modality “with” consists of visible and invisible ties between theories of deconstruction and psychoanalysis, the dimension of the other, otherness in theory, and the temptation emanating from the fact that only one subject of the modality “with” can say “we”. In this case it is Derrida who is saying it, but in his own way. “In his own way”, which is also immanent to Lacan, functions as a point in which the difference is overcome, it becomes “in our own way” and confirms the modality “with”.

  • Page Range: 67-71
  • Page Count: 5
  • Publication Year: 2005
  • Language: Serbian