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Artic le L ACAN AND POLITICAL SUBJECTIVITY : FANTASY AND ENJOYMENT IN PSYCHOANALYSIS AND POLITICAL THEORY

@inproceedings{Glynosa2008ArticLL,
  title={Artic le L ACAN AND POLITICAL SUBJECTIVITY : FANTASY AND ENJOYMENT IN PSYCHOANALYSIS AND POLITICAL THEORY},
  author={Jason Glynosa and Y. Stavrakakis},
  year={2008}
}
  • Jason Glynosa, Y. Stavrakakis
  • Published 2008
  • In this paper we explore and exploit the theoretical, empirical, and critical potential of subjectivity in political theory and psychoanalysis, suggesting that a turn to fantasy and enjoyment can help sharpen what is at stake in appeals to this concept. We indicate – in the first part – the way fantasy has already been invoked in the literature to enhance our understanding of organizational practices, in order to show – in the second part – how a Lacanian approach to ‘‘the subject of enjoyment… CONTINUE READING

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