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    Jacques Lacan and the Philosophy of Psychoanalysis
    with Richard Feldstein
    Substance 16 (3): 88. 1987.
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    Jacques Lacan: The Death of an Intellectual Hero
    with Stuart Schneiderman
    Substance 14 (1): 102. 1985.
  • Lacan and the Subject of Language (edited book)
    with Mark Bracher
    Routledge. 2015.
    Originally published in 1991, this volume tackles the diverse teachings of the great psychoanalyst and theoretician. Written by some of the leading American and European Lacanian scholars and practitioners, the essays attempt to come to terms with his complex relation to the culture of contemporary psychoanalysis. The volume presents useful insights into Lacan’s innovative theories on the nature of language and the subject. Many of the essays probe the importance of psychoanalysis for problems o…Read more
  • Hysteria
    In Elizabeth Wright (ed.), Feminism and Psychoanalysis: A Critical Dictionary, Blackwell. pp. 163--66. 1992.
  • Seeking the third term: Desire, the phallus, and the materiality of language
    In Richard Feldstein & Judith Roof (eds.), Feminism and Psychoanalysis, Cornell University Press. pp. 40--64. 1989.
  • The Symbolic
    In Elizabeth Wright (ed.), Feminism and Psychoanalysis: A Critical Dictionary, Blackwell. pp. 420--23. 1992.
  • The Free Market and the Human Condition: Essays on Economics and Culture (edited book)
    with Jeremy Beer, Bryce Christensen, Kirk Fitzpatrick, Pamela Hood, William H. Krieger, Peter McNamara, and Lee Trepanier
    Lexington Books. 2014.
    The Free Market and the Human Condition explores the human condition as situated in the free market from a variety of academic disciplines. By relying upon contributors who approach the topic from their respective disciplines, the book provides an accumulated picture of the free market, the human condition, and the relationship between them
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    Understanding the Virtue-Relevant Self Through Courage
    with Cynthia Pury and Charles Starkey
    To what extent do differences in who we are predict differences in courage? We propose to de-velop a measure of the virtue-relevant self, which is composed of self-conception, social roles, virtue-relevant values, and personality traits. We will then conduct three studies using this meas-ure to determine the extent to which these various components of the virtue-relevant self pre-dict the types of acts people consider courageous as well as the willingness of people to engage in courageous acts t…Read more