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Subjectivity

Subjectivity

Hall, Donald E. (Donald Eugene), 1960-

'Subjectivity' explores the history of theories of selfhood, from the Classical era to the present day, & demonstrates how those theories can be applied in literary & cultural criticism

Paperback, Hardback, Book. English.
Published London: Routledge, 2004
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Statement of responsibility: Donald Hall
ISBN: 0415287618, 0415287626, 9780415287616, 9780415287623
Intended audience: Specialized.
Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Physical Description: 208 p. ; 24 cm.
Series: The new critical idiom
Subject: Literature; Self-knowledge in literature.; Identity; Criticism; Subjectivity in literature.; Literature, Modern History and criticism.; Self

Contents

  1. Series Editor's Preface
  2. Introduction
  3. What is Subjectivity?
  4. Classical and Pre-Modern Identities
  5. 1. Descartes and the "I" Locke, Kant and the "We"
  6. 2. The Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries
  7. Slavery and Subjectives
  8. Wollstonecraft and Early Modren Feminist Subjectivity
  9. Marx and Class Subjectivity
  10. Freud and the Rise of the Social Sciences
  11. Nietzsche and the Existentialists
  12. 3. The Politics of Identity
  13. Lacan, Althusser, Foucault and Discourse Theory
  14. The Politics of Gender and Sexuality, Race and Postcoloniality
  15. 4. Postmodernism and the Question of Agency
  16. Haraway and Cyborg Subjectivity
  17. Subjectives
  18. Glossary
  19. Bibliography
  20. Index