Posts for the “3. Works in Progress from the Lacanian (Freudian) Field” category

Male anorexia in England: 16th April 2012: Sadie Whitelocks

by Julia Evans on April 16, 2012

This was spotted by Bruno de Florence who commented on it at LW WG April’s meeting.  Thank you, Bruno. Whilst waiting for Bruno’s comments to be posted, the following are (…)

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•The Chronicle of Éric Laurent• Autism: Epidemic or Ordinary State of the Subject? LQ 194 : 10th April 2012

by Julia Evans on April 10, 2012

Circulated by the New Lacanian School of Psychoanalysis – messager [www.amp-nls.org/messager] : as [nls-messager] 422 – 2011/2012 LACAN QUOTIDIEN N°194 : in French on 10th April 2012 : Available published (…)

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“It feels like a train crash happening in slow motion…”: One of Tesco’s top 10 shareholders.

by Julia Evans on April 4, 2012

Reasons for circulating: I have oft declared that, without evidence or impact surveys or establishing what is going on now, the Government is inserting a Tesco-like system for managing the (…)

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The conflict comes when we separate ethics and economic progress and when we equate the latter with happiness: Desmond Tutu and Bettina Gronblom

by Julia Evans on April 4, 2012

From: Camels can pass through a needle’s eye: by Desmond Tutu and Bettina Gronblom: Financial Times: April 4th 2012: available here [] added: The conflict comes when we separate ethics (…)

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LacanianWorks news & the next LW Working Group meeting (28/4/2012)

by Julia Evans on March 30, 2012

Contents: 1) Next LacanianWorks Working Group Meeting:  Saturday 28th April 2) Proposed translation cartel 3) Access to other references which have emerged from LacanianWorks Working Group’s meetings 4) Bruce Scott’s presentation (…)

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Notes on references by Jacques Lacan to Plato’s ‘Meno’, Nicolas Cusanus, Michel de Montaigne…

by Julia Evans on March 16, 2012

These notes were provoked by Bruce Scott’s presentation to the LW WG meeting on January 21st 2012 which is available on LW as follows: ‘Meno’, Montaigne and the ‘Docta Ignorantia’: Some (…)

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What escapes when regulation is used to address risk…

by Julia Evans on March 14, 2012

What is good for the goose (Financial Services) is good for the gander (services or treatments within the Government’s high-risk (mental) health industry).   At the bottom, there are some (…)

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Research which aims to understand and prevent adverse effects of psychological therapies – yes, really

by Julia Evans on March 8, 2012

Contents:  b) Comments on this misuse of research a) Information received – a description of research which is in progress. a) Comments on the misuse of research Over the years, there (…)

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Simplification is necessary in research. But it has limitations in providing a grand theory of everything.

by Julia Evans on March 3, 2012

Quotes from: ‘The wealth of nations’ a book review by Martin Wolf of ‘Why Nations Fail: The Origins of Power, Prosperity and Poverty’ by James A. Robinson and Daron Acemoglu. (…)

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It is now officially evidence-based: NHS will have to ration further treatments…

by Julia Evans on February 27, 2012

The evidence, as reported in The Guardian  [i], is :  ‘A representative survey of 821 GPs in England, commissioned by the Nuffield Trust health thinktank.’ The conclusion:  ‘The NHS is (…)

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