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Revolution in Poetic Language

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ISBN-10: 0231056435

ISBN-13: 9780231056434

Edition: 1984

Authors: Julia Kristeva, Margaret Waller, Leon Roudiez

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List price: $34.00
Copyright year: 1984
Publisher: Columbia University Press
Publication date: 1/21/1985
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 271
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.836
Language: English

Julia Kristeva is an internationally known psychoanalyst and critic and is professor of linguistics at the University of Paris VII. She is the author of many highly regarded books published by Columbia in translation, including Hannah Arendt, Strangers to Ourselves, New Maladies of the Soul, Time and Sense,and The Sense and Non-Sense of Revolt.

Julia Kristeva, internationally known psychoanalyst and critic, is Professor of Linguistics at the University de Paris VII. She has hosted a French television series and is the author of many critically acclaimed books published by Columbia University Press in translation, including Time and Sense: Proust and the Experience of Literatureand the novel, Possessions.

Introduction
The Semiotic and the symbolic
The Phenomenological Subject of Enunciation
The Semiotic Chora Ordering the Drives
Husserl's Hyletic Meaning: A Natural Thesis
Hjelmslev's Presupposed Meaning
The Thetic: Rupture and/or Boundary
The Mirror and Castration Positing the Subject as Absent from the Signifier
Frege's Notion of Signification: Enunciation and Denotation
Breaching the Thetic: Mimesis
The Unstable Symbolic. Substitutions in the Symbolic: Fetishism
The Signifying Process
Poetry That is Not a Form of Murder
Genotext and Phenotext
Four Signifying Practices
Negativity: Rejection
The Fourth "Term" of the Dialectic
Independent and Subjugated "Force" in Hegel
Negativity as Transversal to Thetic Judgment
"Kinesis," "Cura," "Desire