Jan Mukarovsky speaks of poetry as “violence done to usage.” Structurally speaking, Mukarovsky’s thesis is close to Shklovsky’s sense of the poetic as defamiliarization of what has become habitual. The signifier “violence,” albeit used metaphorically, brings the dimension of the drive, of jouissance, and hence of the flesh that is the site of jouissance, into the field of the poetic. How, then, is the poetic imbricated with the body of the drives as psychoanalysis speaks of it? How is this imbrication manifest in the foundational texts of psychoanalysis such as Freud Letter 52 to Fliess and the Project for a Scientific Psychology?
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