GRAMMA: Journal of Theory and Criticism, volume 14

Contents \n\nIntroduction, Sean Homer, Ruth Parkin-Gounelas and Yannis Stavrakakis\n\nThe Object of Philosophy\n\nHegel and the Object, Or, the Idea’s Constipation, Slavoj Zizek\n\nTowards a Phenomenology of Objects: Husserl and the Life-World, Peter R. Costello\n\nThe Object of Psychoanalysis - Subjectivity and Culture\n\nIllustrating the Freudian and Lacanian Object of Drive with Zola’s Therese Raquin, Dave Lewis\n\nChoang-tsu's Butterfly: Objects and the Subjective Function of Fantasy, Calum Neill\n\nThe Object as Agent of Mentalization, Themistoklis Katrios\n\nObjects of Consumption, Causes of Desire: Consumerism and Advertising in Societies of Commanded Enjoyment, Yannis Stavrakakis\n\nThe Object of Art 1 - Literature\n\nSurfaciality: Some Poems by Fernando Pessoa, one by Wallace Stevens, and the Brief Sketch of a Poetic Ontology, Simon Critchley\n\nAntigone’s Letter, Jina Politi\n\nThe Insistence of the Object - and its Sublimations, Ruth Parkin-Gounelas\n\nThe Object of Art 2 - Film and Painting\n\nThe Object-Gaze: Shame, Hejab, Cinema, Joan Copjec\n\n“The Roma do not Exist”: The Roma as an Object of Cinematic Representation and the Question of Authenticity, Sean Homer\n\nFilming the Dutch Still Life: Peter Greenaway’s Objects, Sylvia Karastathi\n\nCloud Studies: The Visible Invisible, Mary Jacobus\n\nReview Essays\n\nOn the Social Life of Objects, Karin Boklund-Lagopoulou\n\nThe Sublime Object of Slavoj Zizek, Sean Homer\n\nBook Reviews\n\nThe Lure of the Object (edited by Stephen Melville) , Reviewed by David Teh\n\nThe Poetics of Psychoanalysis: In the Wake of Klein (by Mary Jacobus), Reviewed by Beci Carver