Difference between revisions of "The Aesthetic Surplus of Seeing"

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* A position (in Bakhtin's work) located outside of the hero that enables her to be consummated (Bakhtin's work) by the author. Similarly, I am consummated by another because only an other can see my entire body.  
 
* A position (in Bakhtin's work) located outside of the hero that enables her to be consummated (Bakhtin's work) by the author. Similarly, I am consummated by another because only an other can see my entire body.  
* <blockquote> For within consciousness, identity is always experienced as a dispersed, unfinished process, ''self'' consciousness is always unboundaried. (PM, BR 88) <blockquote>  
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<blockquote> For within consciousness, identity is always experienced as a dispersed, unfinished process, ''self'' consciousness is always unboundaried. (PM, BR 88) <blockquote>  
  
 
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  • A position (in Bakhtin's work) located outside of the hero that enables her to be consummated (Bakhtin's work) by the author. Similarly, I am consummated by another because only an other can see my entire body.
For within consciousness, identity is always experienced as a dispersed, unfinished process, self consciousness is always unboundaried. (PM, BR 88)

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