Introduction by Jean-Claude Maleval.
Part I: Subjectivity Negativity.Chapter 1. Autism as a Mode of Being.Chapter 2. Exclusion as a Constitutive Feature of the Subject.
Part II: Neurotic Repression and Psychotic Foreclosure.Chapter 3: Repression and the Neurotic Subject.Chapter 4: Foreclosure and the Psychotic Subject.
Part III: The Autistic Subject.Chapter 5: Autistic Foreclosure in the Model of Repression.Chapter 6: The Object of Autistic Foreclosure.Chapter 7: The Autistic Linguistic Spectrum.Chapter 8: Autism as a Singular Subjective Structure.
Leon S. Brenner is a research fellow at the University of Potsdam, Institute for Philosophy, Germany. His fields of interest include Lacanian psychoanalysis, philosophy of mind, contemporary French philosophy and autism research.