[D-G] Freud & an Oedipus Complex
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Sun Feb 19 09:19:14 PST 2017
I do not have a copy at hand of AO .
And I do not know what are DG 's source in this extract you have provided.
Is graphism like tattoos carved on a Young woman's skin?
Graphism and excision: are these signs of discontinuity, of suffering /
I do not understand with certainty most of the vocabulary used by DG in
('inscription', 'graphism', 'fictitious voice', 'lineage', 'voices of
That is what I meant by "shallow", or 'rough as a quick mental note'.
I do not say such quick way of writing is erroneous,
yet I would say DG readers labour is subsequently to try to link such
uncertainties with data
towards a subsequent domain of understanding. Somehow we readers have
to compute notions (several times) back and forth, between
1)anterior domain, or ie.DG reference mat.,
3)our subsequent domain(s)
My Best Regards,
2017-02-19 1:05 GMT+01:00 Mike Lansing <badger2 at mail2world.com>:
> The 'shallow' in the brother-sister assemblage Deleuze suggests for a
> father substitute resonates with inscription itself. Recalling that
> '....graphism supplants the voice and induces a fictitious voice.' (AO,
> p.188), D&G continue: '....The calabash of the excision is placed on the
> body of the young woman. Furnished by the husband's lineage, the
> calabash serves as a conductor for the voices of alliance; but the
> graphism must be traced by a member of the young woman's clan'(ibid. pp.
> Regards, ML
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