Stoner Deductions, Part II

         The work of psychoanalysis depends upon the un-sutured co-presence of interpreter and witness. This is, as Paul Ricoeur points out, one of the central problematics of Freud’s work: sometimes, it seems as though Freud is interested in meanings, and sometimes in the mechanics of what happens. Yet what Ricoeur names this “mixed discourse” he also …

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