By Sigmund Freud
A set of a few of Freud's most famed essays, together with at the advent OF NARCISSISM; REMEMBERING, REPEATING and dealing via; past THE excitement precept; THE EGO AND THE identification and INHIBITION, SYMPTOM AND worry.
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In the classic Frankfurt School, as well as in Habermas, the motif of ' substance as su bj e c t ' involves the traditional notion of disalienation: ' repression ' design ate s th e subject s self-alienation, and by acc o mpl i s h ing the gesture of disalienation the su bj e ct recognizes in the alienated substance, in th is false appearance of a foreign p owe r the reified result of his own activity. In short, substance becomes subject when the subj ec t approp riates the alienated substantial content.
A be tter example of absolute necessity than this unfortunate Marxist reference is Marx's case of the capitalist system as a totality: the capitalist system is an ' absolute necessity' in so far as it reproduc es itself, its notional structure, through a set of external, contingent circumstances. These contingent circumstan c es exhibit the structure of real nec essi ty broadly corresponding to what we usually conceive of as mechanical necessity - that is, a necessity in which the causal chain is linear, runnin g from the circumstances or conditions of a th i ng to the thing itself as the necessary effe ct of these same circumstances or conditions.
9 This Lacanian concept of the subject as $, correlative to a, also elucidates Adorno's foreboding of a subject paradoxically concomitant to a 'preponderance of the object' - this object can only be the objet petit a. 33 M E T A S T A S E S O F E NJ O Y M E N T Between Substance and Subject th e light of this Lacanian concept of th e s ubj ect, are we to c ompreh e nd H egel s p ro po si tion on substance as subject? In the classic Frankfurt School, as well as in Habermas, the motif of ' substance as su bj e c t ' involves the traditional notion of disalienation: ' repression ' design ate s th e subject s self-alienation, and by acc o mpl i s h ing the gesture of disalienation the su bj e ct recognizes in the alienated substance, in th is false appearance of a foreign p owe r the reified result of his own activity.