Index
Abraham, Karl, 83
Abraham, Nicolas, and MariaTorok, 257–
60, 270, 294 n.4; ‘‘The Phantom of
Hamlet, or the Sixth Act’’ (Abraham),
236, 243, 259–60, 266–67. See also De-
metaphorization; Incorporation and
introjection
Affect, xi–xii, 24–25, 29,146,159,162–64,
167–68,170,174,176,178,180,185,190,
196,198–99, 212, 218–22, 227–30, 245,
254–57, 263, 272
Althusser, Louis, x–xi,179, 219
Ambiguity, 89,108,143,186, 203, 208, 210,
215–22, 225–26, 247. See also Beauvoir,
Simone de: Ethics of Ambiguity
Ambivalence, 76–79, 86–89,109–10,115,
143,182,186,198, 200, 203, 212, 226
Anderson, Benedict,14–15
Animism, 70–72, 74–77
Annales, 14
Anthropology, 8, 26–27,34,37, 40, 64–95,
100,123,129,131,146,155, 248, 249, 257,
272; as ethnography,59, 64–65, 68, 77,
94–95; as ethnology,33–37, 66–67, 71; as
ethnopsychology, 93
Anti-Semitism,1,13,101,127,198, 201;
against Freud, 7, 27–28,36,38, 99–100,
148,178; Freud on, 9,59–65
Apter, Emily,162–63,171,178, 277 n.39,
290 n.6
Archaeology, 8, 26–27,33–65, 68, 75,100,
104–5,123–24,129, 244, 249, 255, 257,
299 n.50; Foucault on,33–37
Archive,15,17, 20, 202–4, 212, 224, 228,
244, 254, 256, 261, 265, 268–73; as offi-
cial narrative,13; as public history,
76. See also Derrida, Jacques: ‘‘Archive
Fever’’
Arnold, Matthew, 73, 267
Assimilation: and the inassimilable, 25,
162–64,170,190,198, 200, 204, 233–
34, 249, 254, 257, 261–63, 267–68, 271;
political,12,123,151–52,161,164,166,
196,198–99, 201, 243, 255, 261–66, 271;
psychical, 22, 24–25, 60, 76,151–57,161,
164,166,181,199, 229, 246–48, 253, 257,
265–66, 271. See also Incorporation and
introjection
Astavakrasamhita, 59
Autobiography,39–46, 49–52,113–15,
195–99, 202, 256; and self-analysis,55
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