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the subject Does "the subject" in the following text mean "the person (one)? i.e. "... a past that one has repressed, a past that should have been over and done with, but which comes back to haunt him/her"? Text: Uncanny sensations are triggered in the present by the creepy evocation of a past that the subject has repressed, a past that should have been over and done with, but which comes back to haunt the subject, making time and space seem out of joint. The ambivalent nature of the uncanny can be seen in the tripartite linguistic play that Freud delineates in his essay.
Nov 13, 2019 7:16 AM
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The 'subject' does refer the the person who is experiencing these phenomena, yes.
November 13, 2019
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