this (body) is how I want to be loved by you, as a subject irreducible to any object. Such anorexic subject does not only express in a space sharable with others what she is as subject: no thing. She also communicates to others how she wants to relate to them beyond the transaction of objects and exchange of bodies. In this sense, anorexia is intrinsically inter-subjective. More generally, it is my hope that this paper manages to convey the idea that symptoms are meaningful and thereby inter-subjective, i.e. expressive or even communicative." /> Inter-subjectively meaningful symptoms in anorexia - Legrand Dorothée | sdvig press

Inter-subjectively meaningful symptoms in anorexia

Dorothée Legrand

pp. 185-201

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