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|term “master.” The self representation linked to the experience of the object as |
the master is that of a slave. The nature of the attachment of the schizoid ... The
essence of enslavement is that one possesses nothing that can be called one's
|one's own independence, and, moreover, one then becomes determined to |
prove his own freedom and ... The master, although self-sufficient in the sense of
having the slave dependent on him, is also dependent on this dependence.
|forced to do, therefore, he comes to see his freedom objectified in a way that is |
denied to the master. ... This consciousness of being a pure self of one's own
does not, of course, release the slave from his subservience to the master, but it
|One way of making this clear is in terms of the independent momentum which the|
, initially perhaps quite harmless, metaphor of self-mastery acquired. 'I am my
own master'; 'I am slave to no man'; but may I not (as Platonists or Hegelians tend
Michael Rosen, Jonathan Wolff, Catriona McKinnon - 1999 - Preview
|The 'positive' sense of the word 'liberty' derives from the wish on the part of the |
individual to be his own master. ... from spiritual slavery, or slavery to nature, and
do they not in the course of it become aware, on the one hand, of a self which ...
|Henceforth, one party will be master, the other slave.13 It may seem that there is |
something perverse in the attempt to ... The roles of master and slave contain the
seeds of their own destruction, because, it turns out, the condition of slavery is ...
|A controversial reassessment of the third president draws on new archaeological studies and previously disregarded personal records, assessing his contradictory views on slavery while examining what is revealed by his monetary records. 60 ...|
|To satisfy the desires of the master, the slave must repress all personal instincts, |
and transcend his or her own ego. ... Stoicism here implies a withdrawal into the
self and away from the world where one might find some sort of inner liberty.
|Both master and slave accept that the slave lacks the potential for self-|
consciousness. As such, the ... As a consequence of this relation of objectivity to
the inalienability of self-consciousness, one just cannot alienate one's own will.
We may ...