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Read online Tales of Love.pdf PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Tales of Love Her analysis deals with the role of narcissism and idealization in the formation of a love object She accounts for the role of the death drive by coining the term love hate by Julia Kristeva, Leon S. Roudiez

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Tales of Love
Title:Tales of Love
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ISBN:0231060254
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Number of Pages:414
Category:Philosophy, Feminism, Non fiction, Theory, Psychoanalysis, Love
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Desire in Language: A Semiotic Approach to Literature and Art, Strangers to Ourselves, Tales of Love, Revolt, She Said, Black Sun: Depression and Melancholia, Hannah Arendt, Powers of Horror: An Essay on Abjection, This Incredible Need to Believe, Revolution in Poetic Language (European Perspectives Series), The Kristeva Reader
This book is concerned with the notion of the stranger the foreigner outsider or alien in a country and society not their own as well as the notion of strangeness within the self a person s deep sense of being as distinct from outside appearance and their conscious idea of self br br Kristeva begins with the personal and moves outward by examining world literature and philosophy She discusses the foreigner in Greek tragedy in the Bible and in the literature of the Middle Ages Renaissance Enlightenment and the twentieth century She discusses the legal status of foreigners throughout history gaining perspective on our own civilization Her insights into the problems of nationality particularly in France are more timely and relevant in an increasingly integrated and fractious world, i Desire in Language i traces the path of an investigation extending over a period of ten years into the semiotics of literature and the arts But the essays of Julia Kristeva in this volume though they often deal with literature and art do not amount to either literary criticism or art criticism Their concern writes Kristeva remains intratheoretical they are based on art and literature in order to subvert the very theoretical philosophical or semiological apparatus br br Probing beyond the discoveries of Sigmund Freud Jacques Lacan Roman Jakobson and others Julia Kristeva proposes and tests theories centered on the nature and development of the novel and on what she has defined as a signifying practice in poetic language and pictural works i Desire in Language i fully shows what Roman Jakobson has called Kristeva s genuine gift of questioning generally adopted axioms and her contrary gift of releasing various damned questions from their traditional question marks, Her analysis deals with the role of narcissism and idealization in the formation of a love object She accounts for the role of the death drive by coining the term love hate, Twenty five years after her death we are still coming to terms with the controversial figure of Hannah Arendt Interlacing the life and work of this seminal twentieth century philosopher Julia Kristeva provides us with an elegant sophisticated biography brimming with historical and philosophical insight br br Centering on the theme of female genius i Hannah Arendt i emphasizes three features of the philosopher s work First by exploring Arendt s critique of Saint Augustine and her biographical essay on Rahel Varnhagen Kristeva accentuates Arendt s commitment to recounting lives and narration Second Kristeva reflects on Arendt s perspective on br br Judaism anti Semitism and the banality of evil Finally the biography assesses Arendt s intellectual journey placing her enthusiasm for observing both social phenomena and political events in the context of her personal life br br Drawing on fragments of Arendt s most intimate correspondence with her longtime lover Martin Heidegger and her husband Heinrich Blucher excerpts from her mother s Unser Kind a diary tracking Hannah s formative years and passages from Arendt s philosophical writings Kristeva presents a luminous story With a thorough thematic index and bibliographical references i Hannah Arendt i is a major breakthrough in the understanding of an essential thinker