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The Psychoanalysis of SenseDeleuze and the Lacanian School$
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Guillaume Collett

Print publication date: 2016

Print ISBN-13: 9781474409025

Published to Edinburgh Scholarship Online: September 2018

DOI: 10.3366/edinburgh/9781474409025.001.0001

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The Three Syntheses of the Body: From the Voice to Speech

The Three Syntheses of the Body: From the Voice to Speech

(p.64) 3 The Three Syntheses of the Body: From the Voice to Speech
The Psychoanalysis of Sense

Guillaume Collett

Edinburgh University Press

Firstly, this marriage of language and the unconscious – or this paradoxical unity of sense and nonsense – appears to allude to the work of the Lacanian school, which he later adds has ‘completely renewed the general problem of the relations between language and sexuality’.2 Secondly, to contribute something original, in light of Lacan’s work – but also, it is implied, because Lacan’s work has not yet reached its own ground (as conceived by Deleuze) – Deleuze is saying here that we need to turn to the work of Carroll, so as to examine ‘what else’ language and the unconscious are connected with. This third term, it is implied, is more fundamental than either language or the unconscious taken separately, underlying them both and accounting for the importance of their relation.

Keywords:   The Logic of Sense, Lacan, Deleuze, Sense-event, The Body, Immanence, Psychanalysis, Language, Unconsciousness

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