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Damon Boria, Thomas Meagher, Adrian van den Hoven, and Matthew C. Eshleman

’s notion of being-for-others and “the look” through an examination of racialized modes of seeing and being seen. Though clear thematics link these chapters, the text as a whole avoids an argumentative through-line. Taking each essay on its own terms, the

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What Would I Do with Lacan Today?

Thoughts on Sartre, Lacan, and Contemporary Psychoanalysis

Betty Cannon

’s use of Sartrean concepts (desire as lack of being, the look or gaze of the other, the ego as illusory object rather than subject), even if, in contrast to Sartre, he takes them in the direction of postmodernism. The question I ask myself in looking

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Counter-Violence and Islamic Terrorism

Is Liberation without Freedom Possible?

Maria Russo

any means possible but cannot avoid the fact that the totality of the means contradicts the end itself. 28 If the oppressed vacillate between the interiorization of the look of the Other and the perception of their own ontological freedom, then the

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Leonidas Sotiropoulos and

Making of Modern Greece . New York : Pella. Herzfeld , Michael . 1987 . Anthropology through the Looking-Glass: Critical Ethnography in the Margins of Europe . Cambridge : Cambridge University Press. Hirschon , Renée . 1989 . Heirs of the Greek

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Alienation and Affectivity

Beauvoir, Sartre and Levinas on the Ageing Body

Kathleen Lennon and Anthony Wilde

offers the possibility of a reciprocal relation to others, which stands in contrast to the conflictual model deriving from the look. It also stands in contrast to Sartre's account of sexuality, in which being turned into body by the other, while necessary

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Clare Mac Cumhaill

undifferentiated, at least so long as the looked-for element is not among the clutter looked-over. Still, in both cases, as Crowther notes, the attendant difference in phenomenology need not correspond to a difference in the properties represented by or presented

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Shadowing Shakespeare

Akira Kurosawa's Kagemusha (1980) and William Shakespeare's English History Plays (c. 1591–98)

Alex Watson

because the double is discovered before he fully succeeds in the responsibilities of leadership. For instance, in her 1981 New Yorker review, Pauline Kael complained that: We're primed for the look-alike peasant to develop will and inner strength as

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The Hybrid Hamlet

Player Tested, Shakespeare Approved

Christopher Marino

productions. This entrance representing something like a passage into the Catholic notion of purgatory. I suggested to Rand that we instead create a very long central passageway made up of archways that seem to go on forever. The idea is to achieve the look

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Paul Gyllenhammer

institutions takes on a more subtle form than what may exist in collectives that are facing actual danger. Sartre’s interest in the look of the other dovetails well with Foucault’s idea of the panopticon . In each case, the effect of constant surveillance

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The Better Part of Stolen Valour

Counterfeits, Comedy and the Supreme Court

David Currell

were through the looking-glass: the protagonist practises a normative ‘classical’ valour (Cominius: ‘It is held / That valour is the chiefest virtue and / Most dignifies the haver. If it be, / The man I speak of cannot in the world / Be singly