Posts for the “Historical figures” category

Three Enigmas: Meaning, Signification, Jouissance : February 1993 : Éric Laurent

by Julia Evans on February 1, 1993

Originally published : LAURENT, Éric. Trois enigmes: le sens, la signification, la jouissance. In: Revue de La Cause Freudienne n. 23. Paris, fev. 1993, p. 43-50. Published in translation by (…)

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Notes on the Foundations : October 1992 : Richard Klein

by Julia Evans on October 1, 1992

Published p71-94 of jcfar : Journal of the Centre for Freudian Analysis and Research : Vol 1 Winter 92/93 Available here Headings with references to Sigmund Freud: 1. Science and (…)

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Lacan & ‘Little Hans’ : July 1989 (New York) : Vicente Palomera

by Julia Evans on July 1, 1989

Opening In his seminar on ‘la relation d’objet’ in 1957 Jacques Lacan develops the thesis that the phobic symptom is the result of a fault in the paternal function. This (…)

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Melancholia, the Pain of Existence and Moral Cowardice : October 1988 : Éric Laurent

by Julia Evans on October 1, 1988

Translated from the French by Philip Dravers and Samya Seth This article first appeared in Ornicar?, Issue No. 47, Oct-Dec 1988. This translation appeared in Hurly-Burly Issue 12 : January (…)

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Being Analysed – Chapter 3 of Anna Freud – a biography : 1988 : Elisabeth Young-Bruehl

by Julia Evans on January 1, 1988

Published: Chapter 3 of Anna Freud – a Biography by Elisabeth Young-Bruehl : Summit Books, New York : 1988 Available here References to texts by Sigmund Freud – A Child (…)

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The works of Jacques Lacan: an introduction : 1986 : Bice Benvenuto & Roger Kennedy

by Julia Evans on January 1, 1986

Content & availability Introduction : p0 to 27 : Available at www.LacanianWorksExchange.net  /lacan & authors a-z  Chapter 1: First Works: 1926-1933 : p31 – 46 : Available at www.LacanianWorksExchange.net  /lacan & authors a-z  (…)

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Introduction – II to ‘Jacques Lacan & the École Freudienne: Feminine Sexuality’: 1982: Jacqueline Rose

by Julia Evans on January 31, 1982

‘Introduction II’ by Jacqueline Rose who describes the conceptual movement of the texts themselves, and the implications of the debate on femininity in and around the work of Lacan. Jacqueline (…)

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Introduction – I to ‘Jacques Lacan & the École Freudienne: Feminine Sexuality’: 1982 : Juliet Mitchell

by Julia Evans on January 31, 1982

‘Introduction I’ by Juliet Mitchell situates Lacan’s work in relation to his overall project within psychoanalytic theory, and then gives an account of the earlier psychoanalytic debate on femininity in (…)

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‘Jacques Lacan & the École Freudienne: Feminine Sexuality’ : 1982 : Juliet Mitchell and Jacqueline Rose

by Julia Evans on January 1, 1982

Book details: ‘Jacques Lacan & the École Freudienne :  Feminine Sexuality’ : Edited by Juliet Mitchell and Jacqueline Rose : Translated by Jacqueline Rose : Macmillan: 1982 Access to this (…)

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Brief Biography of Jacques Lacan

by Julia Evans on September 9, 1981

Born in Paris, 1901 Medical training in the Paris Medical Faculty. Became Chef de Clinique in 1932. Doctoral thesis for psychiatric degree – ‘Paranoid psychosis in its relation to the (…)

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