What remains of the intersubjective?: On the presencing of self and other

@article{Simpson2015WhatRO,
  title={What remains of the intersubjective?: On the presencing of self and other},
  author={Paul L Simpson},
  journal={Emotion, Space and Society},
  year={2015},
  volume={14},
  pages={65-73}
}
  • Paul L Simpson
  • Published 1 February 2015
  • Sociology
  • Emotion, Space and Society
Abstract Recent work in the social sciences has been concerned with how we understand the subject. This has entailed critiquing the ways the subject has traditionally been understood – as a mental entity existing prior to and so organizing our experience of the world. In its place a relational subject has been posited, one emerging through a combination of affective experiences, performative enunciations, and haunting absent presences. However, the implications of such critiques for how we… Expand
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