Tag Archives: Sigmund Freud

Christian Smith on Shakespeare’s influence on Marx

As a primer to our forthcoming symposium on Shakespeare and Marx in June (also for the up-coming Shakespeare and Hegel event) have a look at the work of our friend Christian Smith. He has recently published an article on the … Continue reading

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Nicholas Royle: ‘Shakespeare’s Foreplay’ -podcast

Here is a fantastic talk from Nicholas Royle (Sussex), the first in the KiSS Shakespeare and the Uncanny series. He delves into duality of Shakespearean foreplay, touching on Freud, the Uncanny and ‘wordlife’ – as well as Romeo and Juliet and Antony and … Continue reading

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Jeffrey Knapp: Hamlet and the Sovereignty of Reasons -podcast

Listen to Jeffrey Knapp‘s excellent talk on the Sovereignty of Reasons – here. Knapp discusses how the understanding the world and its reasons is linked to subjective sovereignty but also how the sovereign is dependent on their subjects or being … Continue reading

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