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Cavell, M. (1998). The Bible between Literary Interpretation and the Analytic Process. Harmut Raguse. Pp. 817-835. Psychoanal Q., 67(3):536.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: The Bible between Literary Interpretation and the Analytic Process. Harmut Raguse. Pp. 817-835

(1998). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 67(3):536

The Bible between Literary Interpretation and the Analytic Process. Harmut Raguse. Pp. 817-835

Marcia Cavell

Is psychoanalytic Bible interpretation a confirmation of the old dogma of the multiple meaning of the Scriptures? Raguse demonstrates that recent psychoanalysis no longer sets out to uncover hidden meanings inherent in the text but rather to construct a new meaning on the basis of the pragmatics of oral speech and its intended effect. This approach can also be applied to the interpretation of written texts, as is demonstrated by discussion of Thomas Mann's novella Das Gesetz (The Law) and the last book of the New Testament, the Revelation of St. John the Divine.

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Cavell, M. (1998). The Bible between Literary Interpretation and the Analytic Process. Harmut Raguse.. Psychoanal. Q., 67(3):536

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