The purpose of this assignment is to write an essay with a thesis that is supported with evidence.
Slavoj iek Courtly Love, or, Woman as ThingCarl Gustav Jung The Principal ArchetypesPlatos The Symposium.Topic
Psychoanalysis posits that the thing we want is not really the thing we want. The theory seeks to uncover our hidden desires and expose their roots so as to understand our behavior towards others and ourselves. Psychoanalysis is probably the closest of the theories we’ve explored in this class to Plato’s The Symposium because both are mostly about desire.
Using either ieks or Jungs text, answer the following:
What can we learn if we read The Symposium with a psychoanalytical theoretical framework?
Please type three to four pages of double-spaced, Times New Roman, 12-point fontUse one-inch margins Include an original title Include a thesis with one claim and one rationale Quote from iek or Jung and PlatoFor this essay, write from third person perspectiveAvoid second-person perspective Tips
Responding critically in this context means you look closely at logic, rhetoric, theory, metaphor, analogies, symbols, language, gender, structures, opinions, beliefs, feelings, the mind, the setting (the context), the culture, and any other linguistically charged letter, word, or phrase to answer the question above.
Begin by introducing the author (Plato), the title of the text, and a summary of how he utilizes language, structures, logic, or patterns.Then, clearly state your thesis at the end of your introduction.In the body of your essay, introduce the author (either iek or Jung), the title of his text, and then provide your reasons to support your thesis (make your thesis believable).You should clearly state and develop one reason per paragraph.Remember to provide specific evidence (quotes) from the text(s). Let the quotes support your answer to the question, not the other way around.Conclude your essay by echoing your thesis and leave your reader to believe how or why it is important or not to read The Symposium through a psychoanalytical theoretical framework.