“In making up and flaunting her romantic, imaginary scenarios ..she also flaunts, then, their stagey, cardboard character, the fact that behind this excess of visibility she remains invisible. Stella’s “excess visibility” must be understood in these terms.” – JOAN COPJEC http://ift.tt/1dHxFKg
“feminine abjection serves “to defer” the acknoledgement of the fact that the phallic man is lacking, Zizek says.” – ANDRE VANTINO http://ift.tt/1Fktay1
“The position of the hysterical subject is that he or she always guesses what is behind the curtain, that is why such a subject usually ends up […] giving up on love.” – RENATA SALECL http://ift.tt/1A2xR0t
“hysteria is the first analyzed instance of the subject’s essential division, its questioning and refusal of social dictates.” – JOAN COPJEC http://ift.tt/1xWapky
“To the neurotic ..the Other must be pure and above common desires and common vice.” – To the neurotic the desire of the Other + the Other’s enjoyment are sources of anxiety, and therefore the neurotic does not want any knowledge of ..the Other’s enjoyment + consequently must prevent the Other’s enjoyment, ignore and deny any sign of the Other’s lack.
– LARS IYER http://ift.tt/1H2HaMF
“The neurotic worries about his reputation, about what ideas and impressions the Other has of him..-..the ..question: what am I to the Other” – LARS IYER on how ‘it is important to the neurotic that the knowledge he supposes that one can have of the desire is correct’ http://ift.tt/1bysHhx
“The hysteric ..searches for the Other that would ..love him or her and thus annihilate his or her radical lack.” – RENATA SALECL on finding no-one good enough and not realizing that ultimately no-one can annhilate the lack at the centre of subjectivity http://ift.tt/1COK3Bh