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Preview — Polylogue by Julia Kristeva. Polylogue by Julia Kristeva. Get A Copy. Published first published January 1st More Details Original Title.
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About Julia Kristeva. Julia Kristeva. Julia Kristeva is a Bulgarian born French psychoanalyst, sociologist, critic, feminist, philosopher, and, most recently, novelist. She researches on psychoanalysis of the Lacanian tradition, and has interest in semiotics.
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Kristeva criticizes "classical" semiotics on the claim that it cannot deal with desire, play or transgression from social code: "The sceince of linguistics has no way of apprehending anything in language which belongs not with the social contract but with play, pleasure or desire" Kristeva She criticizes the view that the speaking subject is a "transcendental ego" detached from its history, its unconscious, and its body that "underlies any and every predicative synthesis" Kristeva According to Kristeva, the speaking subject is a divided subject. In keeping with the views of both Freud and Lacan, she proposes that the speaking subject consists of a conscious mind containing social constraints such as family structures and modes of production and an unconscious mind consisting of bio-physiological processes, which are what Freud previously referred to as 'drives. Semiology allows for the theory of the split subject - a socially-shaped biological being. Semiology is based on two concepts -genotext and phenotext.