State, Stage, Language: The Production of the Subject
Associated University Presse, 2008 - Literary Criticism - 368 pages
This work has become one of the classic texts to emerge from the Althusserian tradition. Rodriguez's project is to analyze the ideological unconscious that always exists, without becoming explicit, in any discursive field.
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