Unspeakable Subjects: The Genealogy of the Event in Early Modern Europe
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Unspeakable Subjects: The Genealogy of the Event in Early Modern Europe

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In groundbreaking readings linking works of Descartes, Shakespeare, and Cervantes with contemporary revisions of Freud and Nietzsche, Unspeakable Subjects argues that the concepts and discourses that have come to define European modernity—the subject’s extension and responsibility, genealogies of intention and of freedom, the literary, legal, and medical construction of th...more
Hardcover, 424 pages
Published June 1st 1997 by Stanford University Press
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