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- adjective Of or relating to Julia Kristeva (born 1941),
Bulgarian- French philosopherand critic.
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Funny--I was in a similar phase during Diana's wedding and sobbed nonethelesss and my academic inclination was more Lacanian, Kristevan and Freudian.
In making the case I made in my comment to Dodie the other day, I think I wanted to suggest that abjection in these works is not only about the Kristevan notion of the powers of horror but also about the powers of the awful.
The hints of physicality and process suggested by the present participle may be a Kristevan example of "poetic language," in which this word "bleeding" implies the horrifying disruptiveness of "female" materiality.
Frankenstein's preconscious dream, though it reveals less of these mixtures than the creature does, at least shows the abjection of deep Kristevan levels of somatic memory as the fundamental throwing-off-and-under that makes all of the other abjections possible in one terrifying and sympathetic creation.
Schelling ultimately flinches from the most radical implications of his own anthropomorphisms, so that the alternative genealogy of desire to which I have so briefly referred here functions like a Kristevan genotext within the phenotext of the Freedom essay.
Funny – I was in a similar phase during Diana’s wedding and sobbed nonethelesss (and my academic inclination was more Lacanian, Kristevan and Freudian).