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Date: Summer 1994
From: American Imago(Vol. 51, Issue 2)
Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press
Document Type: Cover story
Length: 13,454 words

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The language of psychoanalysis is all too often considered to be the only theater of discourse. In reality, psychoanalysis is best understood as a professional practice, not as a universal idiom of academic discourse. Western academics use such idioms as a controlling apparatus, foreclosing a real understanding of non-Freudian cultures and systems.

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Gale Document Number: GALE|A15597582