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THE SPLIT BETWEEN THE SUBJECT AND THE KNOWLEDGE IN CAPITALIST DISCOURSE

Abstract:

It is proposed to discuss the apparatus of enjoyment in the capitalist discourse, starting from the idea that this discourse, by promoting the split between the Subject ($) and the Knowledge (S2), incites a framework of ties that tries to refuse castration, at the moment that aims to buffer the irreducible division that characterizes this Subject. Considering that the subject is transhistorical, structured in the field of the Other of discourse, we aim to show the connection between the drive economy of this Subject and the historical alienation where it is inserted, presenting the articulation of its irreducible division with the machine to produce fault to enjoy, in that speech.

Keywords:
capitalist discourse; subject; knowledge; enjoyment

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