Index
NOTE: Page numbers followed by f
indicate a figure; those followed by t
indicate a table.
Abel, Marco, 27, 32, 35–36
abjection, 137–39
acedia, 91–92
Ader, Bas Jan, 2–3
aesthetics, 116–18; of disgust, 123–28,
131, 133, 159–70, 296n26; formation
as discipline of, 123–28, 159; the
senses and, 120–23, 128–30, 143–45,
286–87nn20–21, 287n23, 296n26
affect: definition and derivation of, 24;
vs. emotion, 23–25; indifference of,
18, 20, 33; as self- folding exteriority,
24–25, 36–41, 45–46, 48–49, 76–77,
93; synonyms for, 23–24, 270–71n62.
See also formal dimensions of affect
affective bliss, 249
affectivity/the affective turn, xi–xvi,
40–41, 267nn1–2; negative formula-
tions of, xii–xiv, 26–31, 271n1, 271n4,
272n7; performativity of theorists of,
31–36; reading for form in, xiv–xvi,
31–37; role of psychoanalysis in,
29–30; spectatorship and, 19–20,
31–36, 43–44, 94–95, 133–35, 282n70;
structuralism and, 251–52
“Afterword: After Loss, What Then?”
(Butler), 67
Agamben, Giorgio, 68
Ahmed, Sara, 267n2, 289n31
Alberti, Leon Battista, 94
Albert Spica (character, The Cook,
The Thief . . .), 152–58, 164, 172–73,
299n62
Altieri, Charles, 267n2, 310–11n1
Anatomy of Melancholy, The (Burton), 74
An die Freude (Schiller), 245
Angelopoulos, Theo, 43–44
anxiety, 160, 179–80, 183–209, 236–40,
309n24; embarrassment and dismay
in, 187, 202–9, 219, 230–31, 238–39;
exteriority of the creeps in, 185–88;
Freud’s formulation of, 184, 191–202,
209, 219, 304n49, 304n53, 304n61;
intermittency and the interval in, 187,
191–202, 209; Kierkegaard’s formu-
lation of, 183–91, 212, 236, 301n15,
301nn17–18; Lacan’s formulation of,
183, 191, 192, 202–9, 230–31, 305n82;
movement of space and time in,
187–201, 203–12, 216–31, 233–35,
303n32, 309n26; as nothingness,
183–85, 216, 239, 301nn5–6, 310n36; in
Open Water, 187, 208–40; sovereignty
of place in, 235–40, 246, 310nn33–34,
310n36; trapped stuckness of, 208–9,
219, 238–39, 307n102
aquarium, the, 225–26, 308n18
Archer, John, 72, 278n51
Previous Page Next Page