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Volume 44, Number 4, December 2011

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Freud after Derrida, Part II


pp. v-vi


pp. 1-19

Order Catastrophically Unknown

pp. 21-41

Pas au-delà

pp. 43-49

Resistances—after Derrida after Freud

pp. 51-61

Freud’s Cadence: Taking Chances with Julius Caesar

pp. 63-78

Why Must I?: A Freudian Response to the Question of Ethical-Political Responsibility

pp. 79-94

Derrida on Beckett or the Painful Freudian Mark

pp. 95-108

Canopy of the Upturned Eye: Writing on Derrida’s Crypt

pp. 109-123

“A name is sacred”: Archive Fever in Freud, Derrida, and Hubert Aquin

pp. 125-140

Spectres of Freud: The Figure of the Archive in Derrida and Foucault

pp. 141-159

“Wild” Freudian Psycho–Analysis: Ingestion, Incorporation, and Mourning in Derrida and Deleuze and Guattari

pp. 161-176

The Uncanniness of Spectrality

pp. 177-193

Freud, Jung, and the Dangerous Supplement to Psychoanalysis

pp. 195-211



pp. 213-217

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