Table of contents for Athens in Paris : ancient Greece and the political in postwar French thought / Miriam Leonard.

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Table of Contents
Note on Translations ix
Introduction: Nous autres grecs 1
1Oedipus and the Political Subject 22
Oedipus and the Subject of Philosophy 22
Tragic Will and The Ends of Man 32
Oedipe et ses mythes 38
AntiOedipus: Antiquity on the Analysts Couch 68
2Antigone between Ethics and Politics 96
Hegels Antigone and the Ethics of Consciousness 96
The Beauty of Ethical Life: Lacans Antigone 101
Antigones Vicious Circle: Irigaray and Hegel 130
Making an example of Antigone: Hegel after Derrida 135
The New Greece and its Jew 148
3Socrates and the Analytic City 157
From Oedipus to Socratesfrom Hegel to Nietzsche 157
Lacan meets Socrates: The divided self outside the city 165
The Platonic Turn: Derridas Pharmakos 189
Epilogue: Reception and the Political 216
References 232
Index 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Political science -- France -- Philosophy.
Greek drama (Tragedy).
France -- Politics and government -- 20th century.