The "literal and paradoxic
significations" of the unconscious are ruddered homeward as the Lacanian "Agency of the Letter" is anchored, "in the end," by an unsayable nothing--a domesticated jouissance--instead of producing a critical knowledge beyond the masculinist principle.
ally, then, the "body-which-ends-at-the-skin," so biomedically and culturally real, is a disembodied body.
The greater a thinker's ambition, the more is he subject to "the paradoxic
play of forces" in his soul.
It is paradoxic
that a critic who ostensibly made a reputation trying to connect the literary and the social is so often read as an isolated, dehistoricized phenonomenon.
This series of maxims is not paradoxic
, though it is indeed controverted by the critics of democracy.
1-7,12,13) Therefore, with the exception of paradoxic
zona glomerulosa (ZG) hyperplasia, pathologists are most commonly exposed to adrenal cortical neoplasms, especially adenomas, from patients with primary aldosteronism.
systemic arterial embolization is a concern, especially in patients with pulmonary hypertension or venous thrombosis.
Doppler echocardiography may reveal an unusual intracavitary signal termed diastolic paradoxic
jet flow directed from the apex toward the base during LV isovolumetric relaxation and the LV filling period (5,6).
In contrast to other adipocytokines that are up-regulated in obesity, a paradoxic
decrease in circulating adiponectin has been reported in persons with obesity, insulin resistance, and type 2 diabetes and, more recently, in obese women with PCOS (5-8).