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The Arabic Freud:
Psychoanalysis and Islam in Modern Egypt
Omnia El Shakry

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Acknowledgments ix
Note on Transliteration and Translation xiii
Introduction Psychoanalysis and Islam 1
A Copernican Revolution ~ Psychoanalysis and the Religious Subject ~ The Mystic Fable ~ Psychoanalysis and Islam: A Tale of Mutual Understanding? ~ Decolonizing the Self ~ Structure, Method, and Argument
I THE UNCONSCIOUS AND THE MODERN SUBJECT
1 Psychoanalysis and the Psyche 21
Translating the Unconscious ~ The Integrative Subject ~ Unity and the Philosophical Self ~ The Epistemology of Psychoanalysis and the Analytic Structure ~ Insight and Hermeneutics ~ The Socius: Self and Other ~ Conclusion
2 The Self and the Soul 42
Divine Breath ~ The Topography of the Self ~ A Phenomenology of Mysticism ~ Self-Struggle (Jihad al-Nafs) ~ Noetic Knowledge and das Ding ~ Conclusion
II SPACES OF INTERIORITY
3 The Psychosexual Subject 63
Languages of Desire ~ The Sexual Drive ~ The Spiritual Physick ~ The Psychology of (the Female) Gender ~ Same-Sex Desire ~ Technologies of the Self ~ Conclusion
4 Psychoanalysis before the Law 83
Psychoanalysis, Crime, and Culpability ~ The Criminal at Midcentury ~ Psychoanalysis before the Law ~ Anti-Oedipus ~ The Political Unconscious ~ Psychopathy ~ Conclusion
Epilogue 110
Notes 117
Glossary 165
References 169
Index 191

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