Lacanian Review Online: SegregatedFraternities 2

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When they poured across the border
I was cautioned to surrender
This I could not do

(Leonard Cohen, The Partisan)
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22nd November 2018

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So, what then in politics?  In her article, Iddan describes one approach that is not founded on hatred, apropos the judiciary, namely that one must protect human rights for everyone, regardless of affiliation or identification. This universalism is perhaps one path by which one might transcend groups and the imaginary identifications that come with it.  (One might even read this universalism in Lacan’s work itself, in Television, in his musings on the role of the saint, where he states “The more saints, the more laughter; that’s my principle, to wit, the way out of capitalist discourse—which will not constitute progress, if it happens only for some.”[7])

I propose that another path […]


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