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Colonial Identity and Ethnic Hatred: Fanon, Lacan and Zizek

  • Simon Clarke
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Abstract

How can psychoanalysis help us understand the construction of colonial identity? Why choose to hate? Why do we fear the theft of our enjoyment? In this chapter I examine some of the philosophical and theoretical developments in the area of racism, hatred and colonial identity-formation through the lens of the work of Frantz Fanon, Jean-Paul Sartre, Jacques Lacan and Slavoj Zizek. In some sense this chapter provides a bridge between Freudian, post-Freudian and object-relations schools in the practical application of psychoanalytic theory.

Keywords

White Person Black Person Black Identity Mirror Stage Colonial Discourse 
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© Simon Clarke 2003

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