Grammar of the Phoenician Language by Zellig S. Harris

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It appears all-dominating, Priapic king of the signifying castle, yet is dependent for that dominance on the ever-present possibility of its absence or severance. ’ Not only that; ‘it is the emblem, only trivially “masculine,” in and through which human desire finds form’. The triviality of its ‘masculinity’ may, of course, be the source of real tragedy, and/or of teeth-gritting comedy, for its various bearers in the pages that follow. ’ The Lacanian Phallus 31 (Bowie: 128). In the end, that means that that organ’s failure to mean, to deliver what its existence seems to promise, will be a heavy one to endure.

27 This passage calls for careful unpicking. ’ suggests – is in its inescapable signifying elusiveness akin to the not-only-biological phallus that Lacan is here deploying. If the phallus ‘is a signifier, eventually designating all binary difference’ (Luepnitz: 226), then the mother in her very lack partakes of it – is in fact indispensable to it, as its constitutive Other. ‘(L)’homme trouve en effet à satisfaire sa demande d’amour dans la relation à la femme pour autant que le 27 ‘If the mother’s desire is the phallus, the child wants to be the phallus to satisfy it.

Each, finally, has a corporeal and a textual sphere of operation, as David Houston Jones spells out when he says: If abjection is the movement by which the body and the psyche dispute and affirm identity, it equally has important implications for reading a text, which can no longer be regarded as the depot of an assimilable meaning, but becomes the rather phantasmatic site of a series of negotiations and transmissions. (14) The fact that ‘abjection’ could be replaced by ‘the phallus’ in the above passage (provided ‘is’ were replaced by ‘signifies’ or ‘represents’) indicates just how homologous the two terms are.

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