Posts for the “Case studies” category

Not if but When

by Bruno de Florence on August 11, 2011

For about 18 hours on 8th August 2011, the imaginary was short­circuited and bypassed, during which the real overpowered the symbolic. Silence on the political side, everything becomes possible for (…)

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To limit or not to limit: to be or not to be, that is the question

by Julia Evans on August 11, 2011

‘We risk justifying greed by suggesting that the things we want are potentially unlimited.[i] ‘ Giles Fraser Limits based in relationships or limits enforced top-down with rules and regulations to (…)

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Hoodies

by Jo Rostron on August 10, 2011

Can the actions of the ‘hoodies’ be termed riots, and as such politically motivated? Or are they simply acts of looting and destructiveness? It is likely that they are both.  (…)

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We risk justifying greed by suggesting that the things we want are potentially unlimited.

by Julia Evans on August 5, 2011

Giles Fraser states: On growth, he began where I am, worried about sustainability. But, in the course of conversations with bankers and business people, he has changed his mind, arguing (…)

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LW cartel: Jouissance & symbolic (dis)order

by Julia Evans on July 30, 2011

Our cartel is registered with the New Lacanian School of Psychoanalysis at Cartels Catalogue 2011-2012 The focus of our cartel work will be Eric Laurent’s article: ‘The Symbolic Order in the (…)

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The Hacker

by Bruno de Florence on July 26, 2011

As part of a recent cartel session on the symbolic order in the 21st century, I did a presentation commenting on the case of a hacker as portrayed in a (…)

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The two laws, limits and position: a new post

by Julia Evans on July 10, 2011

Hello, This commentary, see below, revolutionised how I construct the workings of Absolute Power.  This form of power motors the Privy Council, Health Professions Council – HPC, Skills for Health (…)

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Forced Compliance in NHS: The dumbing down of thoughtfulness

by Bruce Scott on July 4, 2011

From job description of an NHS Trainee Child Psychotherapist post. “To take an evidence-based approach and show preparedness to collaborate with outcome measurement and generally comply with clinical and social (…)

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The Hacker: a description of his life: 3rd July 2011: Abul Taher

by Julia Evans on July 3, 2011

This material is commented on by Bruno de Florence, as his contribution to the July 2011 LacanianWorks Working Group meeting. His commentary is available here. Hello, Reason for posting this (…)

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The distinction between Scientific knowledge and Subjective knowledge……. a new post

by Julia Evans on June 29, 2011

Hello, This article presented to a group working on Lacan’s ‘Science and Truth’ provoked me into an exploration of the different positions involved with relations to the two types of (…)

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