This book argues that analytical philosophy and radical theory alike stand in an ambivalent relationship with skepticism. It explains structuralism, feminist theory and critical theory to outline a therapeutic alternative to philosophical theoreticism.

chapter |11 pages

Introduction: Philosophy and Neurosis

chapter 1|24 pages

The "External" World

chapter 2|21 pages

Internal Relations

chapter 3|23 pages

Truth and Reference

chapter 4|23 pages

Renouncing All Theory

chapter 5|24 pages

Conceptual Schemes

chapter 6|24 pages

The Ethical-Political Argument

chapter 7|22 pages

Realism and Self-knowledge

chapter 8|20 pages

Self-knowledge and Self-unity

chapter |7 pages

Conclusion: The Rhetoric of Neurosis