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Segal, Naomi
Languages: English
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Subjects: CLL
The subject matter for this paper arose in response to a thesis I recently examined. A\ud Lacanian reading of certain art objects, it argued that a work of art cannot be a fetish object.\ud ‘A work of art does not ward off anxiety, rather it provokes it’. An unpublished paper by Professor Naomi Segal given to a conference on Culture and the Unconscious: Psychoanalysts, artists, academics.
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