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263 11 jacques lacan Ed Pluth i. brief statement on lacan and philosophy Jacques Lacan1 stated in 1964 that psychoanalysis is “governed by a particular aim, which is historically defi ned by the elaboration of the notion of the subject,” thereby allying psychoanalysis to one of philosophy’s central concerns since modernity.2 But by adding that psychoanalysis “poses this notion in a new way, by leading the subject back to his signifying dependence,” Lacan in fact makes the subject into a point of contention between philosophy and psychoanalysis.3 Despite

Mysticism, Sexual Difference, and the Demands of History
A Conceptual History of Everyday Talk

AM Kaja Silverman, The Acoustic Mirror: The Female Voice in Psy- choanalysis and Cinema (Indianopolis: Indiana University, 1988) ASI Georges Bataille, The Accursed Share: An Essay on General Economy, trans. Robert Hurley, vol. 1, Consumption (New York: Zone Books, 1991) ASII–III Georges Bataille, The Accursed Share: An Essay on General Economy, trans. Robert Hurley, vols. 2, The History of Eroti- cism, and 3, Sovereignty (New York: Zone Books, 1993) Éc Jacques Lacan, Écrits: The First Complete Edition in English, trans. Bruce Fink (New York: Norton, 2006

contents 8. Black existentialism 199 lewis r. gordon 9. Ferdinand de Saussure and linguistic structuralism 221 thomas f. broden 10. Claude Lévi-Strauss 245 brian c. j. singer 11. Jacques Lacan 263 ed pluth 12. Late pragmatism, logical positivism, and their aft ermath 281 david ingram Chronology 301 Bibliography 321 Index 335 Volume 5


Keenan, in Trauma: Explorations in Memory, ed. Cathy Caruth (Baltimore, Md.: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1995). C S Luce Irigaray, Ce Sexe qui n’en est pas un (Paris: Minuit, 1977). D S I – I I Simone de Beauvoir, Le Deuxième sexe, 2 vols. (Paris: Galli- mard, 1949). E Jacques Lacan, Le Séminaire de Jacques Lacan, Livre XX, Encore, 1972–73, ed. Jacques-Alain Miller (Paris: Seuil, 1975). E D S Luce Irigaray, Ethique de la différence sexuelle (Paris: Minuit, 1984). F A Simone de Beauvoir, La force de 1’âge (Paris: Gallimard, 1960). xiii G Georges Bataille, Guilty

Philosophical Fragments, vol. 1, ed. and trans. Howard V. Hong and Edna H. Hong (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1992). E Jacques Lacan, Écrits, trans. Bruce Fink (New York: W. W. Norton, 2006). EN Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics, rev. ed., ed. and trans. Roger Crisp (Cam- bridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014). EPW Søren Kier ke gaard, Early Polemical Writings, ed. and trans. Julia Watkin (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1990). EUD Søren Kier ke gaard, Eighteen Upbuilding Discourses, ed. and trans. How- ard V. Hong and Edna H. Hong (Princeton, NJ


....................................................................................... 2 ( E N ) G E N D E R I N G M Y S T I C I S M I N T R ODUC T I O N : F R OM WOUND EDN E S S T O C A S T R A T I O N ; O R , O N TH E G E ND E R O F M Y S T I C I S M 113 4 “Mysticism is tempting”: Simone de Beauvoir on Mysticism, Metaphysics, and Sexual Difference 120 5 Jacques Lacan, Encore: Feminine Jouissance, the Real, and the Goal of Psychoanalysis 146 ....................................................................................... 3 F E M I N I S M , M Y S T I C I S M , A N D B E L I E F I N T R ODUC T I O N : F EM I N I S M AND P S Y CHOANA L Y S I S

Lacan, The Seminar of Jacques Lacan, Book XI: Four Fundamental Concepts of Psychoanalysis, trans. Alan Sheridan, ed. Jacques-Alain Miller (New York: Norton, 1977), 236. 4. Frantz Fanon, “The Fact of Blackness,” in Black Skin, White Masks (New York: Grove Press, 1967), 140. 5. On video and the rhetorics of presence, see Rosalind Krauss, “Video: The Aesthetics of Nar- cissism,” October 1 (Spring 1976): 50 – 64; and Anne M. Wagner, “Performance, Video, and the Rhetoric of Presence,” October 91 (Winter 2000): 59 – 80. 6. Alexander Alberro gives voice to this widely