Jouissance


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Jou´is`sance


n.1.Jollity; merriment.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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(38) All existing words fail to symbolize Lol's singular jouissance (this mixture of pain and joy).
The conditions of our sensual jouissance require translation into
After a brief review of what these formulae mean in their original context, I show how Lacan subverts their original sense in a manner that suggests that the goal of analysis is a feminine jouissance, understood as a jouissance that is attained by inverting the lack in the other back into the body.
The singing voice in music, Jan Jagodzinski declares, "exceeds the word so as to transgress and go beyond the Law" and indicates the point "where the drive meets desire" and "where excessive jouissance meets logos" (33).
In the demon lover, Jackson has found a way to figure a jouissance excluded by the restrictive Symbolic order, which, because of its repression, returns with a destructive force.
Ban Ki-moon "encourage le gouvernement marocain a oeuvrer etroitement avec les Nations Unies, en particulier, le Haut-Commissariat aux Droits de l'Homme, afin d'assurer a tous les migrants l'acces a la justice, la protection contre l'exploitation et la violence ainsi que la pleine jouissance des droits fondamentaux".
En esta misma linea de analisis el autor toma como referente el papel que desempena el goce (jouissance) en la vida politica y en especial el factor explicativo de la longevidad y omnipresencia de determinadas implicaciones y de la dialectica del cambio politico y social.
Droit d'usure et non pas de vente [beaucoup moins que]Le developpement de cette zone se ferait a travers le systeme d'adjudication mondiale (...) le pays qui presenterait la meilleure offre, aurait l'apanage de ce projet (...) cela dicte la jouissance du pays ayant remporte le projet, du droit d'usure, et non pas de vente, et ce pour accorder la chance aux prochaines generations, d'y effectuer des negociations ou des amendements plus tard[beaucoup plus grand que], a martele M.
In her analysis, Chang employs Lacanian psychoanalysis, especially Lacan's concept of 'jouissance,' meaning a traumatic yet also ecstatic experience that happens when we sacrifice the self in order to enter into the Symbolic.
Edmondson draws on such concepts as jouissance, Nebensmensch, the Freudian 'Thing', desire, the Other, and the Lacanian second (symbolic) death to deliver a challenging framework for his exploration into textual neighbourliness.
This warning can be understood in the context of Lacan's description of the subject's pursuit of the sublimated object through which s/he comes to desire and embrace a jouissance of suffering.