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Fundamentalist elements in psychoanalysis itself are also placed in question, at the same time as psychoanalytic thinking and practice is explored as a mode of knowledge that ultimately unravels fundamentalist tendencies. The texts in this collection represent a wide array of disciplinary standpoints.

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This much could have been obvious: Rat Man was a Jew, and Freud’s case study on Rat Man, his Notes Upon a Case of Obsessional Neurosis tells us much about anti-Semitism. In the terms of the present volume, it tells us that anti-Semitism²-like the response to it-is a fundamentalism, a mode of reading and of responding.

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Professor of Classics and of English and Comparative Literature, Department of Classics. He is currently completing work on two other book projects: Nothing Sacred and Synaesthetics of the Polity. He is also an internationally awarded poet, with four volumes of poetry published in Greek. Freud and Fundamentalism.

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STATHIS GOURGOURIS: I am not sure I understand what you mean by. .It has a lot to do with certain understandings of intuitive knowledge, as we see in Spinoza or Bergson. Not in the same way, of course.

STATHIS GOURGOURIS: I am not sure I understand what you mean by neutralization. Do you mean blunting the effects of power? In any case, I resist the term neutralization in all contexts because my basic argument about critique is that critique is never neutral. Democratic politics is the most enabling politics for people who desire to be autonomous. It is essentially an anarchic politics. For me any discussion of secular criticism is necessarily implicated in an anarchic and autonomous politics.

At the heart of this volume are questions about the psychic components of the modes of thinking we call t is, thinking that disavows multiplicities of meaning, abhors allegorical elements .

At the heart of this volume are questions about the psychic components of the modes of thinking we call t is, thinking that disavows multiplicities of meaning, abhors allegorical elements, and strives toward an exclusionary orthodoxy that codifies not just its own world but that.

At the heart of this volume are questions about the psychic components of the modes of thinking we call “fundamentalist”―that is, thinking that disavows multiplicities of meaning, abhors allegorical elements, and strives toward an exclusionary orthodoxy that codifies not just its own world but that of its adversaries, itsothers. The essays address transcendentalist orthodoxies of all kinds, whether religious or secularist. Fundamentalist elements in psychoanalysis itself are also placed in question, at the same time as psychoanalytic thinking and practice is explored as a mode of knowledge that ultimately unravels fundamentalist tendencies.

The texts in this collection represent a wide array of disciplinary standpoints. Their overall aspiration is to interrogate discourses of orthodoxy, literalism, exclusion, and dogma―that is, discourses obsessed with monolithic (monolingual, monological, monolateral, monomythical, and certainly monotheistic) encounters with the world.