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This body part can be shaped by the gaze itself. Here the gaze is not to be understood as a point of subjectiveness, but rather as an object pool or a point of attraction within the object itself. The gaze itself is invisible within the field of vision. At best we can see a pupil, eye folds or eyebrows, but the gaze itself remains intangible. Again: Lol Stein And Lol, what became of her afterwards? When her friend leaves her, she is beside herself. Utterly confused, she withdraws into her own world.

The third and final type adds the experience of finiteness, to make explicit what lies embedded in any form of interpretation: The conclusion that the interpretation of experiences within our lives as well as the interpretation of life as a whole are tied to frameworks 6 J. Lacan, Écrits: The First Complete Edition in English, trans. B. Fink (New York/London, 2002). For problems concerning the “signifier” see Lacan’s original publication “The Instance of the Letter in the Unconscious or Reason since Freud,” Écrits, pp.

He believed that within our intuitive imagination, in our mind’s eye, or within an intuitive fantasy, we are able to scan the boundaries of a thing as it presents itself, thus intuiting that which makes a thing a thing. What Husserl did—an observation within the realm of fantasy—was actually an “observational experiment” rather than an undisputed observation. In this case the boundaries of a given field of experience are scanned in a cautious and circumspect 2 E. Husserl, Ideas Pertaining to a Pure Phenomenology and a Phenomenological Philosophy: Book 1, General Introduction to a Pure Phenomenology, trans.

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