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Hatred and Forgiveness by Herman. Jeanine,Kristeva. Julia 2012;2011

Hatred and Forgiveness

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Hatred and Forgiveness

edition: Paperback edition 
Authors: ,   
serie: European perspectives 
ISBN : 9780231512787, 0231143249 
publisher: Columbia University Press 
publish year: 2012;2011 
pages: 0 
language: English 
ebook format : EPUB (It will be converted to PDF, EPUB OR AZW3 if requested by the user) 
file size: 20 MB 

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Content: Thinking about liberty in dark times --
Secularism : \"values\" at the limits of life --
Liberty, equality, fraternity and... vulnerability --
On parity, again
or, women and the sacred --
From madonnas to nudes : a representation of female beauty --
The passion according to motherhood --
The war of the sexes since antiquity --
Beauvoir, presently --
Fatigue in the feminine --
The sobbing girl
or, on hysterical time --
Healing, a psychical rebirth --
From object love to objectless love --
Desire for law --
Language, sublimation, women --
Hatred and forgiveness
or, from abjection to paranoia --
Three essays
or, the victory of polymorphous perversion --
Atheism --
The triple uprooting of Israel --
What is left of our loves? --
The inevitable form --
A stranger --
Writing as strangeness and jouissance --
The \"true-lie,\" our unassailable contemporary --
Murder in Byzantium
or, why I \"ship myself on a voyage\" in a novel.

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