Thursday, September 06, 2012

An und für sich on Lacan the Heideggerian.
Lacan also shares with Heidegger an opposition to a scientistic or reductionistic view of the world, and one of his primary complaints about ego psychology is that it violates the Heideggerian methodological principle that human phenomena, qua human, must never be treated as things, objects, the present-to-hand.
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