Notes
Preface
TheepigraphistakenfromLuceIrigaray, SpeculumoftheOtherWoman, trans.GillianC.
Gill (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press,1985),365.
1 Louis Althusser, For Marx (London: Verso, 1996), 114. (Pour Marx [Paris: François
Maspero,1965],113–14.)
2 Althusser, ‘‘To My English Readers,’’ in For Marx, 13.
3 Ibid.,14.
4 AiméCésaire,‘‘Liminaire,’’ PrésenceAfricaine57(1966):97;FredricJameson, ThePolitical
Unconscious (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press,1982).
5 ‘‘The notion of historical trauma represents . . . an attempt to conceptualize how
history sometimes manages to interrupt or even deconstitute what a society assumes to
be its master narratives and immanent Necessity—to undo our imaginary relation
to the symbolic order, as well as to the other elements within the social formation
with which that order is imbricated.’’ Kaja Silverman, Male Subjectivity at the Margins
(London: Routledge,1992),55.
Introduction: Worlding Psychoanalysis
1 Jacques Derrida, ‘‘Geopsychoanalysis,’’ in The Psychoanalysis of Race, ed. Christopher
Lane (NewYork: Columbia University Press,1998), 66.
2 Ibid., 87.
3 The statement by Daniel Widlöchercan be found on thewebsite of the ipa at http://
www.ipa.org.uk/Durban-memo.htm, and the full report by the attending committee,
written by Dr. Afaf Mahfouz, can be found at http://www.ipa.org.uk/Durban.htm.
4 MartinHeidegger,‘‘TheOriginoftheWorkofArt,’’in BasicWritings, ed.DavidFarrell
Krell (NewYork: Harperand Row,1977),185.
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