D’une perversion de l’autorité dans le langage : ces langues qui coupent la pensée

Abstract : The use of language presupposes an interiorised form of authority. While rhetoric is a means of describing verbal manipulation, the influence wielded by language requires a different level of analysis. As progress can do little to stop the re-emergence of inhumanity, the perspectives opened up by philologist Victor Klemperer, in his deciphering of Nazi psychology, provides a useful basis for a psychoanalytical exploration of the drive-rooted fascination operated by languages which cut off thought.
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Laurence Aubry. D’une perversion de l’autorité dans le langage : ces langues qui coupent la pensée. Topique - Revue freudienne, L’Esprit du temps, 2015, 133 (4), pp.65. ⟨10.3917/top.133.0065⟩. ⟨hal-02330013⟩

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