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Unconscious: unconscious are processes in the inner life of subjects that are processed on no more than one level, i.e. influences such as perceptions or general stimuli, which are admitted into the subject but which are not reflected and thus do not provide a semantic content. If these influences are not lost, they represent a stock that can be reactivated and further processed. See also consciousness, self-consciousness, self, I, brain, mind, mental states, reflection, memory.

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Pagel I 52
Unconscious/Lacan thesis: "The unconscious is the discourse of the other." The unconscious can only be experienced dialogically, not in the loneliness of reflection.


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Lacan I
Gerda Pagel
Jacques Lacan zur Einführung Hamburg 1989


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