Posts for the “Agent’s Position” category

Mental health industry collaborates with damaging state welfare reforms (video) : 11th April 2018 : Denis Postle

by Julia Evans on April 11, 2018

Introduction by Julia Evans I first met Denis in 1979 – we think – though neither of us have a clear recollection of this momentous occasion, at a day on (…)

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Psychoanalysis, Politics and the Social Bond : acting as a 1-subject, outside of ideals : 5th November 2017 (London)

by Bruno de Florence on November 5, 2017

This is a recording of Bruno de Florence,’s presentation at an open meeting of the Earl’s Court Clinical Group’s explorations within the Lacanian clinic, in London, on Sunday 5th November (…)

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The analyst’s position : 5th November 2017 (London) : Julia Evans

by Julia Evans on November 5, 2017

This was Julia Evans’ intervention at an Earl’s Court Clinical Group Meeting. Members are (Bruno de Florence, Greg Hynds, Julia Evans, Owen Hewitson. Each member gave a short presentation on clinical (…)

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New incarnations of the desire for democracy in Europe : 31st October 2017 : Éric Laurent

by Julia Evans on October 31, 2017

Towards the European Forum “Determined Desires for Democracy in Europe” of 18th November 2017 in Turin. This follows the July 2017 conference, see here Circulated by EuroFédération de Psychanalyse : (…)

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The analyst’s position : Thursday 26th October 2017 : Julia Evans

by Julia Evans on October 26, 2017

This was presented to an Earl’s Court Clinical Group meeting, in London, on Thursday 26th October 2017 and follows these two texts: Commentary on Maurice Bouvet’s case of Obsessional Neurosis (Seminar IV) (…)

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A preliminary engagement with ‘Psychoanalytic Violence: An Essay in Indifference in Ethical Matters’ by Dany Nobus

by Julia Evans on July 30, 2017

Owen Hewitson commented on Professor Dany Nobus’s paper ‘Psychoanalytic Violence: An Essay on Indifference in Ethical Matters’ to the Earl’s Court Clinical Group, in Earl’s Court, London on Thursday 27th July (…)

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What makes the initial interventions by an analyst work?

by Julia Evans on April 1, 2017

This paper was given to the Earl’s Court Clinical Group at their open meeting in the Royal Oak, Borough, London  on 1st April 2017 and was followed by a lively discussion.  (…)

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After a crisis, what emerges?

by Julia Evans on August 4, 2014

Two items, recently engaged with, raise questions: 1)  What emerges after a crisis? This question is put in Gil Caroz’s presentation on 10th May 2014, at Ghent, towards the next (…)

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Sigmund Freud & Hilda Doolittle : a transference contextualised

by Julia Evans on April 28, 2014

In Miquel Bassols’ text, here , he refers to an example of transference between Hilda Doolittle (See endnote [i]) and Sigmund Freud. (See endnote  [ii]). Sigmund Freud’s letter (See endnote (…)

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Politics, ethics, regulation and the talking therapies : current positions emerging from Parliamentary debate

by Julia Evans on November 20, 2013

Thank you Andrew Samuels for circulating this article: Abhorrent ‘cure’ for homosexuality will not be banned, says Government minister. Psychotherapists trying to convert gay patients to hetrosexuality is “wholly abhorrent” a (…)

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