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The subject of semiotics / Kaja Silverman.

New York : Oxford University Press, 1983.
ISBN 0195031776

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Subjects Analyse du discours.
Communication -- Différences entre sexes.
Communication -- Sex differences.
Discourse analysis.
Littérature -- Histoire et critique -- Théorie, etc.
Psychanalyse et littérature.
Psychanalyse et sémiotique.
Sémiotique et cinéma.
Sémiotique et littérature.
Description xii, 304 pages ; 22 cm
Copyright Date 1983.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 294-299) and index.
Summary "[This book] is intended as a methodological guide to a group of semiotic writings frequently taught in advanced undergraduate courses in North America and Britain, writings that are for the most part available in English. It should therefore be viewed as a supplementary and explanatory text rather than as one that precedes the reading of any primary semiotic materials."--Preface.
Contents From sign to subject, a short history: Ferdinand De Saussure -- Charles Sander Peirce -- Roland Barthes -- Jacques Derrida -- Emile Benveniste -- Primary and secondary processes: Early topography -- Pleasure principle -- Repression and disguise -- Primary and secondary processes -- Desire and signification -- Similarity and contiguity: Condensation and displacement -- Paradigm and syntagm -- Metaphor and metonymy -- facilitations -- Subject: Freudian model -- Lacanian model: Birth, territorialization, and lack -- Imaginary -- Signification -- Symbolic -- Suture: Discourse and subjectivity -- Suture, the cinematic model -- suture and ideology -- Suture and sexual differences -- Re-writing the classic text: Readerly text -- Writerly text -- Codes: Semic code -- Hermeneutic code -- Proairetic code -- Symbolic code -- Cultural codes.
Genre Einführung.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)8345645
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WorldCat Identities Silverman, Kaja.
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