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Date: Wed, 27 Dec 2000 18:14:10 EST
Subject: Re: HAB: Re: Habermas & Freud



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In a message dated 12/26/00 12:12:00 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
kenneth.mackendrick-AT-utoronto.ca writes:


> Key in each is our relation to desire, jouissance, 
> and the Other... I tentative sketched it this way in a footnote: the 
> discourse 
> of the master is similar to instrumental reason, the discourse of the 
> hysteric 
> is similar to communicative reason, the discourse of the university to 
> mythic 
> thinking (non-reflective mimesis) and the discourse of the analyst is close 
> to 
> 

Do you mean empathic or emphatic?  If emphatic reason, what is it?

Vunch

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In a message dated 12/26/00 12:12:00 PM Eastern Standard Time,
kenneth.mackendrick-AT-utoronto.ca writes:


Key in each is our relation to desire, jouissance,
and the Other... I tentative sketched it this way in a footnote: the
discourse
of the master is similar to instrumental reason, the discourse of the
hysteric
is similar to communicative reason, the discourse of the university to
mythic
thinking (non-reflective mimesis) and the discourse of the analyst is close
to
emphatic reason (reflective mimesis).


Do you mean empathic or emphatic?  If emphatic reason, what is it?

Vunch
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