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

Challenges to Government’s principles used to define the care of mental ill-health

by Julia Evans on July 15, 2010

From:             Julia Evans Subject:        Challenges to Government’s principles used to define the care of mental ill-health Date:             15 July 2010 To:     Circulated widely within both Houses (…)

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The Symbolic Order in the XXI Century: Consequences for the Treatment : 9th July 2010: Éric Laurent

by Julia Evans on July 9, 2010

This text was given in July 2010 and leads to the  VIII Congress of the World Association of Psychoanalysis: (WAP Congress): “The Symbolic Order in the 21st Century: 23rd – (…)

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… it cements co-responsibility as a principle.

by Julia Evans on May 12, 2010

From:  The Financial Times, May 12th 2010 ‘Editorial:Cameron changes the Landscape’ Putting together a common programme is one thing.  Actually enacting it in government is quite another. … The decision (…)

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Evaluation believes neither in the value of professional ethics nor in institutional regulations. It mistrusts what is human.

by Julia Evans on April 14, 2010

Quote from Jean-Claud Maleval (see below): Human activities have always been spontaneously evaluated, both by those who do the activities and those who use them. What is new in our (…)

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Book Review : Quote ‘The belief that antidepressants can cure depression chemically is wrong’ :Irving Kirsch

by Richard House on February 28, 2010

A review of Irving Kirsch, The Emperor’s New Drugs: Exploding the Antidepressant Myth, The Bodley Head, London, 2009, xii + 226 pp, ISBN 978-1-847-92083-6, price £11.99 Irving Kirsch:  ‘The belief (…)

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Does rule through regulatory systems give protection from murderers? – No

by Julia Evans on November 6, 2009

From:             Julia Evans Subject:         Does rule through systems give protection from murderers? – No Date: 6 November 2009 16:52:23 GMT To:      regx2 Reading only re:  American Army (…)

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More on the effects of using this government’s top-down power – Systems used to blame not re-calibrate and prevent (Child care) & the principles underlying Government action

by Julia Evans on November 5, 2009

From:             Julia Evans Subject:         Guardian article:  More on the effects of using this government’s top-down power – Systems used to blame not re-calibrate and prevent (Child care) Date: (…)

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On Lacan’s remarks on Chinese Poetry in Seminar XXIV : November 2009 : Adrian Price

by Julia Evans on November 1, 2009

Published : Hurly-Burly no 2, November 2009, p195-203 Availability given on request to je.lacanian@icloud.com Linked texts: The Purloined Letter and the Tao of the Psychoanalyst : 10th March 1999 (Paris) (…)

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Shame, an old-fashioned affect? : (Paris) November 2009 : Jean-Luc Monnier

by Julia Evans on November 1, 2009

Given at ECF Study Days in November 2009 Published Hurly-Burly, No 4, October 2010 Translated by Adrian Price Available [here] 7th December 2018 : To request a copy of any text whose (…)

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Fit to Practice? The Experience of State Registration from the perspective of an art therapist

by Kevin Jones on October 9, 2009

Art therapy as a profession has never critically reflected upon the effects of state regulation on its teaching and practice. There is  no evidence that state regulation has improved either (…)

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