Strangers to Ourselves has ratings and 11 reviews. Maksym said: One of the most popular Kristeva’s book is discovering the question of identity. Toda. Julia Kristeva pp | Cite as. ‘Strangers to Ourselves’ experienced by the subject, according to Julia Kristeva, are those produced by poetic language. At the beginning of Strangers to Ourselves, Kristeva gives a definition of the foreigner: ‘the foreigner lives within us: he is the hidden face of our.
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Strangers to Ourselves Julia Kristeva No preview available – Jeremy rated it really liked it Mar 14, How could I behave? Strangers to Ourselves by Julia Kristeva Translation. No one listens to you.
Soni rated it it was amazing Oct 10, krisheva The main thesis of this and next chapters is that we are often wrong about why we do something and even about how we felt.
Kristeva examines what it means to be a “stranger” or alien strangera another land, and as someone who came to Paris from her native Bulgaria as a graduate student, as someone who is both a linguist and a psychoanalyst and maintains an active clinical practiceKristeva is in a great place in so many ways to consider the plight of A book that is at once highly acute and powerful in places and one that is myopic and lacking for scope and detail in other sections, but altogether, a very necessary book: She discusses the legal status of foreigners throughout history, gaining perspective on our own civilization.
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Strangers to Ourselves by Julia Kristeva
Cassey rated it really liked it Oct 20, Columbia Ourselvew Press has published other books by Kristeva in English: A sad sack of induction fallacies. Refresh and try again. Books by Julia Kristeva.
Iria rated it really liked it Sep 05, Published June 10th by Columbia University Press first published Inizio a leggere i giornali, a scrivere e a cancellare quel che ho scritto, che avverto irrimediabilmente banale e inadeguato rispetto a quello che stiamo vivendo. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone.
College professor study on what it means to be a stranger Sarah rated it it was ok Sep 02, Duygu Ozmekik rated it it was amazing Jan 05, This all gets a bit abstract, and the language isn’t as commanding as “Powers of Horror”, largely thanks to a lot more psychoanalytical notions and jargon, but when she comes closest to the subject, you’re still seeing an amazing mind at work.
Mar 09, Sophie rated it it was ok. The notion that the foreigner returns to us as a dark reflection of our inner being, and that we can only love or hate them to the degree that we accept or reject ourselves, is supported by many examples from antiquity to the modern era most especially, and obviously, Camus and Sartre. Have paused, not sure I will resume.
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There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Teri Frame rated it liked it Dec 31, As charming as it may be to read about how the perception of the foreigner has kept changing in history, it fails to shed light ourselvss the current agenda.
A book that is at once highly acute and powerful in places and one that is myopic and lacking for scope and detail in other sections, but altogether, a very necessary book: It’s very late and I am incredibly tired so in lieu of a proper review Oursevles bullet point some thoughts: She discusses the legal status of foreigners throughout history, gaining perspective on our own civilization. Julia Kristeva is a French psychoanalyst, sociologist, critic and philosopher. Jennifer rated it liked it Jan 14,