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    Cartographic convulsions: public and private reconsidered

    Coole, Diana (2000) Cartographic convulsions: public and private reconsidered. Political Theory 28 (3), pp. 337-354. ISSN 0090-5917.

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    Abstract

    I think it is at least empirically arguable that our daily life, our psychic experience, our cultural languages, are today dominated by categories of space rather than by categories of time. Fredric Jameson The joyous disturbance of certain women's movements, and of some women in particular, has actually brought with it the chance for a certain risky turbulence in the assigning of places within our small European space.... Is one then going to start all over again making maps, topographies, etc.? distributing sexual identity cards? Jacques Derrida We are dealing with an imaginary cartography, which projects onto the real landscape its own shadowy ideological antagonisms, in the same way that the conversion-symptoms of the hysterical subject in Freud project onto the physical body the map of another, imaginary anatomy. Slavoj Zizek

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    Item Type: Article
    School: School of Social Sciences, History and Philosophy > Politics
    Depositing User: Sarah Hall
    Date Deposited: 03 Oct 2017 15:34
    Last Modified: 03 Oct 2017 15:34
    URI: https://eprints.bbk.ac.uk/id/eprint/19888

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